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1978 chevrolet pickup power window motor removal

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You will need to remove the door handle inside and the door kick pad along with the arm rest and any switches on the door. To remove the kick pad remove the screws around the pad an the switches along with the door handle and arm rest once that is completed just push up on the kick pad and it will come out of the track at the top of the door and then you can see the motor inside the door.

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