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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first locate the rubber plugs and remove to reveal bolts holding window to regulator. youll need to move the window up or down till you see them. remove glass. remove latch bolts surrounding latch. they may take 12point torx which you HAVE to use. after removing all bolts around module pull bottom out and towards the inside of car. it takes a little jiggling to work the regulator track away from door shell. once it is out and free you can pull it down untill you gain access to wires and rods that must be disconnected to pull all the way out.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
If memory serves me right the axel is bolted to a plate on the front differenchel and a large nut on the end that goes thru the hub bearing, if you take the whole shaft out( both ends) i see no problem running it temporary without it.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
if its not throwing grease or noisey joint probly ok no movement top to bottom hub ok left to right ck ball joint or tie rod or c-arm bushings
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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Water leaks are a nightmare. At least in your case, you know what you changed when it started. I believe that this should be your fix. The outer moldings are there to stop leaks and such. When you had the molding replaced, it has not sealed back into place properly, so it has not been blocking all water from coming in. First, I would remove the molding, and try again. Be slower at it, and be sure to have everything flush. If this does not fix your water leak, than simply do it one more time, only this time, use a caulking that is recommended on vehicles, and line the space your molding runs along, so when you put the molding back in, it will seal better. Be sure the caulking you will use does not expand when it dries, or gets wet, and by all mean do not use gorilla glue, that stuff expands as it dries. Also be sure not to use an excessive amount of caulking so as to be sure it does not ooze outward past your molding. By the sounds of it, since your water leak is only on the rear, I would start by doing this with the back only. However, because of the way cars are designed under all of those pretty interior panels, water could be leaking in from the front molding seals, and running backwards towards the rear seating before it runs down to the floor. Of course this would be the obvious fix, however the water leak could have just started after you replaced the molding, this could be just a coincidence, and this may not fix your water leak if the problem is else where. If you cannot find the solution on your own, take your car to a dealership. Dealerships may be more expensive, but they will take care of your problem, and your car. And if they haven't fixed your problem they are obligated to find and fix the issue.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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