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I have replaced two of these recently, one LH and one RH. This worked for me but use your own judgment. I removed the plastic insert around interior door handle (it pops loose). Next, I removed the phillips head screw that was now exposed that held the door panel to the metal door frame. I popped loose the cover over the speaker above door panel and detached the wire connected to it. I start at the center bottom of the door panel and began carefully popping door panel loose (I used a special tool for this but a 1 inch putty knife may work although without the tool, it may be more difficult). I worked patiently and was able to get the door panel loose with breaking the plastic snaps. I carefully set the panel out of the way. I did not have to remove the major wiring harness connections on the door panel but I did remove the wiring connection to the door motor. I put the window in the full up position and taped it into place. I had another one once that wouldn't go up so I cut the cable and then it went up. I found two holes through which I could access two small bolts that clamp the bottom of the window in place. The two holes are near the top of the door and were covered with plastic plugs that are just a little smaller than a quarter; they just snapped out. I loosened the two bolts and released the window from two rubber padded clamps. Then I removed the three nuts that held the window regulator assembly in place. One was near the middle of the door and the other two were close to the bottom. I carefully pushed the window regulator back to clear the studs and then twisted it so the top of the regulator fit through the large access hole to the left of center. I removed the regulator. It came out relatively easily but it took a little patience. I did the reverse of the above to install the new regulator. It works like new.By the way, I bought two window regulators over the internet for about $80 each.
You are messing with the lock mechanism on your truck. It's likely you'll lock yourself out. TAKE THE KEYS OUT OF THE IGNITION AND PUT THEM IN YOUR POCKET!
You are messing with tools in tight places. Small children should be safely placed out of earshot.
Next to the "A" (front) pillar there is a small piece of triangular trim. Pull straight out on it to remove it.
Pull up on the panel in front of the arm rest and holds the window controls and door lock button. It should lift up and out but wires will still be attached.
At the back of the hole left by the panel removed above, there is a 7mm bolt. Remove it.
Locate the reflector at the bottom of the door towards the back. Find the slot in the front and use a flat blade screwdriver to pry it out; it should come out easily. In the hole left by the reflector, find the 7mm bolt and remove it.
Lift straight up on the door panel. It should come out relatively easily. Remember the wires attached to the panel that you took out 3 steps ago? Thread that panel through the hole that it normally sits in. There is no need to unplug the wires from the controls.
At the bottom back of the door there may be two plastic phillips head screws holding on a piece of trim. Remove them and the grommets along with the trim they hold in. The trim will still be attached by one final bolt at the bottom, leave it.
Peel back the back half liner on the door. It is glued on. You may need to tear it around the door lock. You don't need to take the whole liner off.
Reach inside the door panel and remove the wire going from the latch up to the door handle by pulling the white plastic latch towards you. It will hinge out and release the threaded rod.
Using a flat bladed screwdriver remove the other rod that goes from the latch up to the door lock. You can spread the pieces of plastic it is wedged into just enough to get it out.
Flip the locking plastic piece that goes over the rod that comes from the manual door lock and pull that rod out of its holder.
Remove the 3 screws holding the latch on using a T-27 torqs wrench.
Remove the bolt holding the bottom of the window slide using an 11mm socket.
You will have to remove the screws to door panel, remove window and lock controls. Then gently pry the plastic studs out of the door and lift the panel up and off. You will now have access to track and window
sounds like the window has come off the metal scissor runner, there is a metal fixture attatched to the bottom of the window, which has a channel groove,,,, the scissor runner has a nylon wheel at either end,which sits into the window frame groove..if these wheels come out, they cause a crunching noise..so, you need to remove door panel, and put window frame and runners together
The white clip is on of two located at the top of the window lifter, bottom of window You will need to take of the door panel and replace the missing clip in the window channel in the top of the lifter
It is broken and catching the window on the way up.
As I posted in the Passat questions.
The jetta may slightly differ.
Yes. If your window has fallen down and will not roll up. 99% Chance you car is suffering the Infamous VW plastic clip.
The door panel comes off With a T-10 torx or a Hex (Allen) wrench that will fit and A large Philips Screw Driver..
Remove the Plastic cover on the inside Door handle. And the Screw or Screw along the Bottom of the door panel. Then remove the screws that hold the handle the the door. They are located behind the Plastic plate you removed with a tiny screw driver earlier... Be careful not the mark up the cover whaytprying it up. It is best to pry from underneath. Where marks if made can not be seen
After the screws are out 4 I believe. The Use of a CLip tool ir best. For getting behind the panel to pop it off. A screw driver will work.
After all the clips are released. Pull the light at the bottom of the panel down and out. Disconnect it ur push it back thought the hole it came from..
Now you need a 10mm socket, or wrench to remove the 12 bolts that hold the metal plate to the Door. Remove all the 10mm bolts, If the widow has not already fallen in the door. It should be released. By removing the Black 2" plugs. THe loosen the bolts that clamp the window the the arms. DO NOT LOOSEN THEM ALL the way, . Disconect the all the wiring.. THe Door lock cable,can be a pain. I think it pulls down,. Next remove the Metal plate. that is the regulator.
On my 2004 PT, there are five switches in the upper center of the dashboard above the radio and heater controls. Top row is left and right front windows. bottom row is left and right rear windows, and the switch below is to disable the rear switches so the kids don't play with them. The switches in the rear are on the back of the center console between the front seats. The dashboard change (for the worse if you ask me) didn't happen until the 2006 models. The child safety locks for the back doors can be found on the front edge of the back doors when you open the front doors. If you found this helpful, please don't forget to rate it.