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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: R & R power window drivers side
I am in the process of doing this now to my 96 Lincoln Towncar. Today I removed the door panel. Hidden scews that attach the door panel are at end end of the door pull strap. The plastic end pieces are removable and each have a screw underneath securing the top of the door panel.
Hidden behind the water shield material at the top of the door are two nuts that retain the top connection of the window lift. I am going to razor cut a straight line through the water shield material to insert a socket to remove the two nuts and then put duck tape over the razor cuts rather that pull the water shield material from the door frame.
Started drilling on the left rivet to detach window from the regulator and quit for the evening.
Have three rivets to drill to detach the pwoer window motor from the door frame.
Two more rivets at the bottom of the door to drill out to detach the lower window regulator from the door frame.
Do not know how I am going to remove the right rivet of the bracket that hold the window yet. Looks like a would need a long drill bit to reach through the door frame to make contact with the rivet.
The replacement rivets that came with my window regulator are to big for my rivet tool. Could end up using nuts and bolts. Sure would make it easier for the next window regulator replacement.
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Posted on Mar 08, 2009
First of all you have to remove the Instrument cluster finish panel.
Position the shifter lever in the 1st gear position.
NOTE: Ignition switch must be in OFF position if disconnecting the passenger airbag deactivation (PAD) indicator electrical connector. Otherwise, a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) will be set in the restraints control module (RCM) memory and must be erased before releasing the vehicle.
Position the ignition switch in the OFF position.
Position the steering column to the full down position.
Remove the 2 instrument cluster finish panel screws over the speedometer.
Release the retainers by pulling the bezel out working your way around it then disconnect the electrical connectors and position the instrument cluster finish panel aside.
Then remove the 2 screws in the clock and remove it.
Then remove the 4 screws in the audio unit and remove it.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
The inertia switch should be located in the trunk, on the right-hand side, behind the feltlike trim material.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
I have the same problem in my 2001 towncar. I removed the switch control panel (without removing the door panel) by prying up from the front of the panel. There's a spring loaded plug under the mirror adjustment. Once you get that pulled up, the whole unit will lift out. Since there's a two year difference in the models - it MAY not work... however, you might not have to remove the whole door panel as you think.
In my case, the wiring was bad.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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