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What distance should the metal brackets be apart, these brackets are the ones that fit on the bottom of the windoow that take the nylon sliders. that are connected to the regulator.

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Not too sure but you could Remove the door panel on otherside and measure.

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remove the inner door panel , under that will be a sheet of plastic,, peel it up and out of the way ( be careful thats some sticky mess they attach it with :) ) there are holes in the metal part of the inside door panel,, roll the window down, along the bottom you will see where the window attaches to the track glide, they have 2 ways these are mounted, One is with a double sided tape,, and the other is the glass has a bracket attached to it,, which I believe is what you have , look at the bottom of the inside of the door,, a small blot has more than likely come off, and it will be sitting at the bottom,, Just line up the bracket and re attach the bolt,, replace the plastic sheet , and reinstall the inner door panel

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You will have to check the voltage of the motor.With the window switch depressed check the voltage at motor.It should give 12 volts.If there is no voltage, then its motor causing the problem.But if there is proper voltage, then its regular causing the problem.Also check and confirm, the window switch is receiving the voltage and switch wirings are intact and not getting loose.In the regulator there are metal brackets, they tend to get bend and this blocks the motor from running.So check the brackets too.If they are bent, then get it straightened.-------------If the regulator checked faulty,worn out bent ten it has to be replaced.-----------

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Are you talking the expansion tank? If so - Drain coolant first by going underneath the car and take off the protective shield and unscrewing the blue plastic screw (make sure the car is NOT hot!), under the reservoir you'll see an electronic sensor - carefully twist is a 1/4 turn counterclockwise and gently pull downward to remove this sensor don't force it, you don't want to pay $150 to replace it. Disconnect the hoses on the top and bottom of expansion tank by pulling up the metal tabs upwards then pulling the hose away from the tank. I believe there are two or three screws which hold the expansion tank bracket in place, unscrew these and pull the bottom of the tank away from the radiator then lift upwards on the bracket (the bracket and expansion tank should then come out). Get the old expansion tank off the bracket and replace. You want to take off the bracket because getting a new tank on the bracket is a B*TCH!

Reconnect in reverse order.

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Take the chain off the chainrings, and lay it on the frame next to the bottom bracket. With the bike clamped in a workstand, shove the base of the crank-arms side-to-side to detect motion in the bottom bracket. Now try to pull the cranks away from, then back towards the bike to detect wobble. Turn the crank and listen for noises within the bottom bracket. These tests will help you identify a damaged bottom bracket.
To replace the bottom bracket, you have to do some major stripping! You must remove both the left crank and the right crank arm plus chainrings. See the crank section for additional information.
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5. I used a smooth metal letter opener (or old fork) to pry panel from door at each point plastic fasteners insert into metal. Start prying a little, see three on bottom perimeter two inches from edge. Three on door open edge and three on door hinge edge. Slow and easy = whole panel will pop off. A metal compression spring fastener connects at top door hinge edge trim – pry out. Be sure door lock and window switch remain inside. Clean all surfaces of door panel and lay on back seat.
6. With panel off you see clear plastic moisture sheet stuck to door with black rubbery paste - peel it from door for reattachment. You now see mechanism and fastener points. Lay out replacement window regulator and motor on mat by door to help you recognize fastening points, etc.
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Your best bet to finding out for yourself would be to take a tape measure, measuring the distance between bolt/bolt holes on both sets of seats, and also the height of the risers/seat adjuster assembly on the bottom of the two sets of seats.

If the measurements come out exact or very close, its worth a try. But if the measurements aren't anywhere near each other, I'd say its probably not interchangable without taking to a competent metal fabrication shop. Which is 100% possible to modify the bracketry to make them fit if you want to go that far.

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