Question about 1999 Buick Park Avenue
They sell a door panel tool , but i usually just use caution and a small flat screwdriver. locate any screws on the door panel ( usually there;s a few around the door handles, and possibly some near the armrests. ( take them out first) then remove the handles. use the screwdriver and gently push it behind the door panel and feel around for the door panel clips. they are generally button styled press in plastic pieces that can be worked loose by using leverage and the screwdriver,be carefull not to pull too had on the door panel Causing it to crack in half / But generally the door panel can take some abuse= the door clips will be in several spots around the door panel, ( they slip in the back of the door panel and pop into holes in the door) and normally pop loose easy.the trick is to get the plastic door panel clips to pop out of the door holes / not the door panel slots= reinstall in reverse order,
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the best thing that u can do is go to the store and buy the repair manual for your car they usually run between $15 and $20 and they will have step by step instructions and pics....not only is it good for this but pretty much anything else u want to know about ur car..hope this helped
Posted on May 22, 2009
NO not really just make sure you have the window is all the ways up and hold it with duct take to keep it from coming down.Remove the motor and unplug the harness.Install the new one and plug it in .Its that easy
Posted on May 23, 2009
There are 2 screws holding the window switches to the door and 2 screws for the door panel, one is in the pull handle, the other behind the window switches. Remove these screws and using a trim remover(hopefully) work around the sides and bottom of the door to pop the plastic retainers out of the door, push in at the top of the door panel and push up from the bottom to release the top retainer.
There is more to changing the motor than you may think. Steel cover has to be popped off and reused, so be careful.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: remove inside door panel
plastic place pins all along door carefully pop out with screw driver as to not damage them there should be screws in places too ie inside rest and or window roller
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
SOURCE: Window motor replacement
Most door panels have screws in places like armrest and under/around door handle and they have with pop/snap fasteners around the edge. Prying the edge up slightly with a broad tipped tool, you can find these fasteners. Use the tool (something like a very bif flat tip screwdriver) to gently pry the fasteners loose.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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