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I've got the door panel off and expected to see the window motor and the 3 rivets to drill out and replace, but nothing like that. It looks like one rivet, but I can't see the motor without a mirror, How do I get the motor out? 1990 Olds 88 Royale, drivers door.

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In order to replace the motor the entire window regulator must be removed fromthe door, a real pain in the orse

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How do you replace the Driver's side power window motor on a 2001 chevy caalier


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Here is a description of what to do to replace the electric motor in the driver's power window on a Chevrolet Cavalier.
1. Remove the interior door panel. There are two screws in the arm rest and four around the sides and bottom of the panel. Disconnect the window door lock cable from the switch on the door.
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Fig. Typical W-Body power window regulator and bolt tightening sequence


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Fig. 1: Location of the front door window regulator-1995 vehicle shown (click for zoom)

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Fig. 2: Exploded view of the rear door window regulator-1995 vehicle shown (click for zoom)
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Good day
this going to be a long one I'll start with water deflector

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1.remove trim panel
2.remove seat belt assembly
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1. remove the power door lock switch from the trim panel
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3. punch out the center pins of the regulator rivets then drill out rivets using 1/4 inch drill bit
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1. install motor to regulator with 3/16" rivets or 3/16" nuts and bolts
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