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How do you replace window regulator on 1994 honda

How do you replace a front, drivers side window regulator on 1994 honda passport?

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Hello there:
to replace the window regulator you will need too look for screws around the sides and bottom of the door panel then you will need to remove the door handle backing plate and the door handle where you grab too close it you see no screws there will be a round cap you will need to take out to see the screw head remove the screws and lightly pull the door panel out there will be body clips that will come out of the door then slide door panel up and pull off this will give you access to the regulator remove the bolts on the regulator and remove install in reverse hope this help you out please leave a review thanks sincerely D.Jones

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

  • Don Ellis Apr 28, 2015

    Would be nice to go into more detail on how to get the regulator loose from the door glass. I have trouble finding the front bolt to loosen the keeper holding the glass to the regulator. Thanks

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