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My 1997 honda odyssey power window motor is seized so i want to take it off. i have removed the panel and i am not sure how to take off the motor. email me at Thanes110@hotmail.com if you have the answer. thnkz

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Remove door panel. remove window from regulator. remove window from door panel. remove wire connector from motor/regulator assembly. Remove 10 mm bolts from regulator. slip out of inside of panel.

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