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Re: changing out a rear passanger side window motor
It is nearly impossible and if you want to tackle it, it's VERY difficult and actually rather dangerous. The first thing you will need though after you take the door panel off with a screwdriver and sometimes, most likely a 10 mm socket and wrench. Would be a power drill and drill bit to drill out the rivets the electric motor is attached with. After that it's screwdrivers, lots and lots of patience and know how. I consider myself very mechanically inclined and have only changed one window motor, it took me 3 hours and I got my finger stuck in the track. I take it to the dealer now days. It's a very tough fix. Hope it helps and good luck.
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Window regulator most likely but before changing it out take the door panel off and apply current to the contacts of the actualy regulator. If the window goes up then switch the contacts and now it will go down. If nothing then regulator (window motor) is bad. If it works then your master control switch for all the windows is going bad.
regulator usually wears out and breaks or gets bound and burns up motor, change them both if available. Good sign of bad regulator is sloppy window in track, or window off track. I always replace them together if they are available. it is possible that you just need a switch, but most likely the reg/motor.
I beleive you need to change the Power Window Switches Module in the drivers side door panel, as these connections are interlinked within this module and it is usually the first part that fails. Especially that you already changed the switches & motor in the passenger door and it still does not work. Once you remove the dual switch module in the driver's side door, you will understand what I mean. Plus it is really easy to access. Good luck! I have the same model, Claude
The rear brake shoes use a U clip to hold the shoes together. A simple solution to this change job is to change one side at a time.
Slowly unclip the U clip from the top of the shoe and remove the left shoe and spring. Replace the left shoe and reconnect the U clip, then do the same for the other shoe. Clean, adjust,and grease the self adjuster and you're done. Do the same for the other side of the van. If you take both sides of the clip off you're in for some heavy duty stretching with pliers unless you have the right tool.
you will need to bleed the brakes once you are done to get the air out of the lines.
if you need help chaing them please comment back. also you will have to bleed the breaks in a certain order.
start at the passanger side rear than move to the drivers side rear than the passangers side front than the drivers side front.