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2001 Sebringd, left rear window is not working, motor runs, but window doesn't move. do I need to remove the rear seat and panel to access? I cann't seem to remove the rear seat. Tried pushing down and back, but no luck. Any help would be welcome.

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  • dwilso23923 Apr 27, 2010

    Great, I got the rear seat bench out. Now I can't figure out how to remove the seat back and panel? Can you please help me. Thanks,

  • dwilso23923 Apr 27, 2010

    Still having problems trying to remove the seat back to access left side panel.

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U ARE GOING TO NEED A NEW WINDOW REGUALTOR

The motor and regulator will come as one unit you swap over the glass. Once you get the panel off you can see the electrical connector to the motor. The other sercure point is visible through the opening where the window goes down. Should be 3 bolts

REMOVAL

  1. Raise quarter glass to full up position, if possible, to aid in removal.
  2. Remove quarter trim panel.
  3. Partially lower convertible top.
  4. Disconnect wire connector to power window motor.
  5. Remove fasteners holding quarter window module to inner quarter panel.
  6. Lift quarter window module upward and out opening at top of quarter panel.
  7. Separate quarter glass from quarter window module.


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    yadayada Apr 27, 2010

    the seat is held in place by spring wires on each side, run a putty knife along the bottom to find them, they are released by hitting the bottom edge of the seat with your palm vetry hard, they can be stubborn, it takes a good Strong hit while u pull up to release the spring retainers out of the grooves they set in under the seat.

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Yes panel and seat need removed to acces the window regulator.

To remove the seat there should be 2 oring/pull tabs where the seat meets the car pull those asnd remove.

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