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Front door flex drive window regulator tightening sequence

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  1. Lower the glass all the way. Remove the trim panel as described earlier.
  2. Gently pull the air and water shields off the door.
  3. Remove the 3 nuts that attach the glass to the regulator channel. Then, lower the glass all the way.
  4. Remove the outer glass-sealing weatherstrip by disengaging the spring clip tabs from the slots in the outer door panel. To do this, grasp the weatherstrip between the thumb and forefinger on either side of each spring clip. Pull out slightly and then up at each clip until the weatherstrip is free.
  5. Work the glass off the mounting studs and remove it through the slot in the top of the lower door.
  6. To remove the regulator, drive the center pin of each regulator mounting rivet out with a hammer and drift punch. Then, drill the rivets out with a 1⁄4 in. (6mm) drill.
  7. Disengage the regulator arm from the lift plate and then remove the regulator through the access hole in the inside of the door. To install:
  8. Load the new regulator in through the access hole and engage the access arm with the lift plate. Then, bolt the regulator to the door with 1⁄4 –20 nuts and short screws, making sure these screws will not interfere with regulator operation. Tighten the screws and nuts to 90–115 inch lbs. (10–13 Nm).
  9. Install the new glass by lowering it into the door. Position the glass on the mounting studs.
  10. Install the outer weatherstrip by sliding the clips into the door panel slots and sliding them downward until they lock.
  11. Raise the glass to the top of its travel, then loosely install the 3 retaining nuts. Seat the glass fully in the upper glass run to adjust it, and then tighten the mounting nuts gently.
  12. Install the air and water shields and the trim panel as described earlier in this section.

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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

Door Glass and (manual) Regulator

See Figure 1

Fig. 1: Common window attachment

SEE ILLUSTRATION #1 BELOW

1. Remove the door panel.
2. Remove the water deflector from the door.
Be careful not to tear the water deflector when removing it from the door.
The "water deflector" is also known as the "dew wiper"
3. Connect the power window switch/window regulator handle.
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CAUTION
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5. Remove the window run channel.
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7. Remove the window retaining nuts.
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To install:
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12. Install the nuts. Roll the window to the full up position.
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Window Regulator

See Figures 2 and 3

Fig. 2: Location of the front door window regulator-1995 vehicle shown

SEE ILLUSTRATION #2 BELOW

Fig. 3: Exploded view of the rear door window regulator-1995 vehicle shown.

SEE ILLUSTRATION #3 BELOW

1. Remove the door panel.
2. Remove the plastic window deflector. Be careful not to tear the deflector when removing it from the door.
3. Remove the door window assembly.
4. Remove the bolts securing the regulator to the door.
5. Remove the nuts securing the upper regulator guide.
6. Using a 1/4 in. drill, drill out the regulator rivets.
7. If equipped with power windows, detach the electrical connector.
8. Remove the regulator through the large access hole in door.

To install.
9. Install the regulator to the door, and attach the electrical connector if equipped with power windows.
10. While holding the regulator to the inner door panel, insert the rivets, and secure them with a rivet tool.
11. Fasten the regulator bolts and upper guide nuts.
12. Install the door glass, and inside door plastic panel.
13. Install the inside door trim panel.
14. Install the plastic water deflector. If necessary, secure with waterproof adhesive.
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Fig.1---------------------------------------------------------------------- Fig. 2

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Fig. 3

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All Buick automobiles now have powered windows for both front and back doors. These powered windows use a motor attached to a continuous screw that lifts and lowers a lattice device for opening and closing the window. Each window also has a window regulator to tell the motor when to stop both lowering the window and raising it into place. Occasionally, this regulator will become faulty and need to be replaced. Although not a difficult procedure, it does mean having to disassemble the Buick's door.
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Fig. 1: Location of the front door window regulator-1995 vehicle shown (click for zoom)

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Fig. 2: Exploded view of the rear door window regulator-1995 vehicle shown (click for zoom)
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  1. Detach the door speaker (if equipped).
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    Detach the door glass from the regulator clamp.
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    1. Push out the retaining sleeve.
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    • Discard the retaining sleeve.
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  1. Support the glass, lower the glass and regulator to the lowest position.
  1. Position the lower part of the door glass top run outside the door.
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  1. NOTE: To aid removal of the door glass, stand on the inner side of the door. Make sure the glass is removed from the inside of the door.
    Remove the window glass.
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All vehicles
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    NOTE: Make sure that the retaining sleeve is central in the door glass.
    Attach a new retaining sleeve and retaining pin to the door glass.
    1. Position the retaining sleeve in the door glass.
    1. Using a suitable vise, press the retaining pin into the retaining sleeve.
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  1. Install the window glass in the door.
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  1. Attach the door glass to the regulator clamp.
    • Push the door glass firmly down to engage the retaining pin and retaining sleeve into the regulator clamp.
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  1. Position the lower part of the door glass top run on the inside of the door.
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  1. Close the window.
  1. Install the door glass top run retainer.
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  1. Attach the watershield.
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  1. Attach the door latch release handle.
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  1. Connect the door speaker electrical connector (if equipped).
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  1. Install the door speaker (if equipped).
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  1. Install the side impact bolster.
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Vehicles with manual windows
  1. Remove the window regulator handle.
Vehicles with power windows
  1. Disconnect the door glass operating switch electrical connector.
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  1. Install the door trim panel

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