I just did this on my Tuscani yesterday, :-)
Once you have the working motor in your hand,
Work with the car stoped and with the windows up.
Get the inside door-panel off ( http://www.tuscanituner.com/forums/showthread.php?t=119 ), cut a slice (that you will put some duc-tape on it after) the inside plastic to get to the 2 covers in hard plastic and remove them, just have to pull on them with your hand.
Remove the 3 bolt that hold the motor (put you hands by the 2 hole where was the plastic covers and feel the motor. Once the 3 bolt off, nothing will pop/spring-out/or unmount by itself. With your left hand, take the motor and manage to get it down to where the lower plastic cover was and you can twist it for you to see the other side of the motor because you have two philips screw to get off. Before separating the 2 parts after getting off the 2 screw, check realy good how it goes with the old and the new motor. get them apart and put the new one like the old one was, put the 2 screw back, untwist and put back in place, bolt on back the 3 nuts, replace the plastic cover, replug the electric cable. Put duct-tape on the slice you made or if you have a all new plastic pit it on, re install the inside panel of the door with the cables connected and test your new windows.
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the actual switch to roll your window up, or is it the window motor? window switch is easy. all you have to do is remove door panel and disconnect the connector from the switch and pop it out of the panel and install the new one. window motor, you have to remove panel and there is a metal frame on inside the door that is sometimes riveted. if that's the case, you may need to rivet it after you pop the rivets. or some make a hole around the motor specifically there to replace the motor. shouldn't be a bad job. all you have to do is get in there and see what you got. not that hard of a job.
Get a tool for removing the inner door panel. Determine which tool is used to remove door handle / armrest (screwdriver or Torx or hex head screw) and get that tool. Remove door handle, then door panel. Once that is removed, you can determine whether nylon tape needs to be replaced or if motor assembly has come loose and needs to be reattached or if the window is simply off its track (if it is, you should already know this because it will drop down by itself). A video is at How To Install Replace Rear Power Window Regulator ...
If you want to have someone else repair the window, and if it has come off its track, use some clear packing tape (lengthwise) to secure the window to the door until you can get it repaired.
Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
Lower the window to the down position.
Remove the door trim panel.
Remove the door water deflector.
Remove the window-to-regulator bolts.
Push the window to its full up position and tape in place.
Remove the nuts from the regulator cover plate.
Remove the regulator drive cable from the rear of the cover plate and remove the cover plate from the door.
Remove the nuts from the regulator cover plate
Disconnect the electric connector from the motor.
Remove the regulator bolts (1, 2, 3).
Pivot the regulator (right door clockwise, left door counterclockwise) and slide the assembly out of the door.
Remove the motor/regulator from the vehicle.
Remove the regulator bolts (1, 2, 3) and remove the motor/regulator from the vehicle
Partially install the three bolts (2) to hang the regulator in the door.
Position the regulator in the door and hang it in place.
Use the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement fasteners must be the correct part number for that application. Fasteners requiring replacement or fasteners requiring the use of thread locking compound or sealant are identified in the service procedure. Do not use paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on fasteners or fastener joint surfaces unless specified. These coatings affect fastener torque and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Use the correct tightening sequence and specifications when installing fasteners in order to avoid damage to parts and systems.
Install the regulator bolts and tighten to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
Install the electrical connector to the motor.
Slide the window down to join the regulator.
Install the window to the regulator bolts and tighten to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
Install the regulator cover plate nuts and tighten to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
Install the regulator drive cable (1) to the rear of the cover plate.
Install the regulator drive cable (1) to the rear of the cover plate
The regulator drive cable goes into position (2) for the coupe and position (3) for the sedan.
Check the operation of the window.
Install the water deflector.
Install the door trim panel.
hope this helps you
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Remove the door panel's Phillips screws from the arm rest and
the screw in the door handle. Remove the plastic cover concealing the
mounting surface for the outside mirror.
Remove the window switch by prying it forward and up with very little
pressure. Disconnect the electrical connector. Remove any screws around
the circumference of the door panel if any.
Grab the door panel at the bottom and lift it up to release
the hooks on the lower part of the door. Tip the bottom of the door
panel outward a little and push up to release the top of the door panel
where it is hooked on the top ledge. Disconnect all electrical
connectors on the door panel. Remove the panel.
Reach inside the access hole to remove the electrical
connector to the window motor. Remove the bolts holding the motor to the
door. Remove the screws holding the window motor to the regulator
Install the new motor into the barrel of the regulator. If it
does not want to line up with the splines, lower the window slowly and
the gear will turn and the motor will line up. Install the screws
holding the motor to the regulator. Bolt the motor to the door with the
bolts. Install all components in reverse order of removal.
Window Regulators and Motors - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Some window regulators are retained at least in part, by
heavy-duty pull rivets. To remove these rivets, the center mandrel must
be pushed through with a small punch, and the rivet(s) drilled out with a
inch drill bit. The factory recommended repair requires the
use of the same quality of heavy-duty pull rivet.
Fig. Typical W-Body power window regulator and bolt tightening
Fig. Chevrolet models use a cross-arm type window regulator
Coupe and sedan front doors use a cross arm regulator. The
following procedures are required for removal and replacement of both
power and manual window regulators.
Remove the door trim panel, as outlined in this section.
Remove the plastic sheet water deflector and the energy absorber
Remove the door window. Please see Door Window Glass, Removal and
Installation in this section.
Detach the electrical connector, if equipped.
Remove the window regulator bolts and the regulator cam nut.
Drill out and remove the pull rivets.
Remove the window regulator cam bolt.
Remove the window regulator from the vehicle.
Do not attempt to service the window regulator motor separately.
It is part of the window regulator. The regulator lift arm is under
tension from the counterbalance spring and can cause personal injury if
the motor is removed from the regulator. The door window regulator
cannot be serviced separately. If defective, replace the regulator and
motor as an assembly. To install:
Position the regulator by inserting the bottom through the access
opening in the door, then rotate the top of the regulator through the
opening while lowering the regulator to clear the top of the access
opening. Align the holes in the regulator with holes in the door inner
Install the door window regulator bolts and tighten to 89 inch
lbs. (10 Nm).
Install new pull rivets. Install the upper left rivet first,
followed by the lower right rivet.
Install the door window regulator cam bolt and cam nut and tighten
both to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
Attach the electrical connector, if equipped with power windows.
Install the door window. Please see Door Window Glass, Removal and
Installation in this section.
Install the energy absorber (foam pad) and reposition the plastic
sheet water deflector.
Install the door trim panel, as outlined in this section.
after u remove the bolts that hold it to the window regulator tip the window towards the front of the door and the top rear corner of the window should pop out and then u just lift hte window out,hope this helps
Remove the rear door trim panel, as outlined in this section.
Remove the plastic sheet water deflector.
Remove the window-to regulator bolts by raising the window far enough to gain access to the bolts through the door metal.
Raise and securely tape the window in the full up position.
Detach the electrical connector.
Remove the mounting bolts and remove the regulator from the door.
If the motor is to be replaced, simply unbolt the motor from the regulator.
If the motor is to be replaced, install the motor to the regulator. The motor can be installed with the regulator in any position. Tighten the bolts to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
Install the regulator to the door and install the mounting bolts. To ensure proper orientation of the window regulator to the door, it is very important that the window regulator bolts are tightened in the specified sequence. Tighten the bolts to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm) in this sequence.
Attach the electrical connector.
Carefully untape the window and lower the glass far enough to gain access to the bolts through the door metal. Tighten the bolts to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
Install the plastic sheet water deflector.
Install the door trim panel, as outlined in this section.
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