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How to fix a new window regulator

Honda civic 1.4 2000 model
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Normally on the honda models there are two screws that need to be taken out, the inside latch area (plastic cap covering it) and the door pull (normally down in the bottom covered with a plastic cap), thin small flat blade will work to remove. once the is done you will need to pull out the latch area on the passenger door or the driver window control panel, disconnect the connectors. set the aside, next you will need a thin flat blade screw driver or flat pry bay, start at the bottom of the door to pry out the panel ( will make a loud snapping or popping noise, this is normal) once you have loosened the panel, you will need to remove the plastic covering the access to the mirror (small triangle black plastic piece). this should now allow you to set the door panel aside, check to make sure you have removed all the clips. carefully remove the plastic lining cover the door, try not to tear or rip it. now you will need to remove the glass, there are two holes the allow access to the bolts for the window, connect your Power window switch and raise or lower till you can see them ( possibly a 10 mm socket) unscrew and set aside, hold the top of the window with one hand and lower the window to separate it form the brace. tilt the front side of the window down and remove glass set aside, now there are three screws for the regulator ( normally around the center of the door) and 4 crews or bolts , two on each window track, top and bottom) remove both bolts on each side. at this point everything should be loose, you will need to twist to get all the old parts out, replace your new parts and re assemble as you have taken apart, most cases this is about three to four hours, Good Luck !!!

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