Question about 2000 Chrysler 300M
I will step you through this completely. Now are you sure it is the motor and not the switches? I will elaborate on any part of process if needed, just reply.Having some one around would be a plus, but not necessary. Here you go, these are the basic steps:
1.remove door panel: scews somewhere near arm rest pull possibly a couple along sides/bottom, factory clips can be popped by using thin,stiff flat tool (narrow putty knife),check release handle trim or handle itself. Some vehicles switches pop out not ,others undo harness after you start to pull panel away. Lift door panel up and toward you
2.Remove plastic water sheid and note how it probably tucks in at bottom
3.Window regulator assembly has three or four bolts in door frame, mark well as position affects alignment (paint works well), make sure window is up most motors of this type have a slot for screw driver in end of shaft or another way to manually raise/ lower. if you can get enough access now your very lucky, otherwise just hang in there.
4.Undo wires to motor.Remove all bolts in regulator, careful not to let window fall. Now you may have to retract assembly back to down position to slide the rollers or guide out of the track attached to the glass and then slide out thru the largest opening in door frame.
5. unbolt motor from regulator assembly, bolt in new, lubricate mechanism test new motor for operation before installing and all switches
6. Reverse the procedures and your done.check alignment/ operation before closing.... silicon sealant adheres the plastic well, duct tape rips/tears, broken clips from auto parts store in "help"section, Napa, etc
7. Forgot to say check and lubricate lock/handle linkages while you're in there and lithium or silicon on plastic window regulator pieces
Please let me know how it went and if my directions were clear enough....MK
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a screw in the plastic towards the front end of the overhead console towards the windshield,remove that.Then use a trim tool or a flat screwdriver and gently pry down the console from the back end.Your all set, change the bulbs and put it back together.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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