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Need worm gear piece non motor end of cable for power rear window 87 blazer

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Rear wiper comes on all the time


Remove the rear wiper relay. The relay works just like a fuel pump relay or any other relay.
Here is example of your relay system and how to test it: Remove the relay and turn the ignition switch on and the rear wiper should not operate. If the motor works with the relay out then seek out a priest as the motor is haunted. To test the circuit do the following:
Bypass the relay with a piece of wire, (preferably fused). This means: Remove the relay and put the piece of wire in place of terminal 30 and 87 in the cavity where the relay lives. Even if you don't use a fuse all you are doing is giving the wiper motor the same voltage it would be getting if the relay was closed. All electrical diagnoses should come from the relay. It gives you the input and output for the accessory. The input is 12v hot on terminal 30. This usually this is constant hot wire from the main buss line on the fuse box. The 87 terminal goes to the fan itself so that the output of this terminal will be a grounded motor waiting for voltage. The 86 wire on this relay is normally fed through the fuse box via the appropriate fuse and gets voltage when the ignition is turned on. The 85 terminal on the relay is the field ground and energizes the relay. This wire comes from the switch. When the rear wiper switch is turned on it sends ground the relay terminal 85 which closes the points of the relay and allow power to travel from the 30 terminal to the 87 terminal. This gives power from the 30 terminal to the appliance at the other end of the 87 terminal. The grounded rear window motor receives this power, begins to spin and operate the wiper. By the way relays have a failure rate of about .015% so the problem probably isn't the relay itself.Joe
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May 28, 2014 | 2006 GMC Yukon SLE

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How to change front power seat track worm in 1993 landcruiser


Lift the front edge of the seat bottom by using the regular power seat switch. Take voltage readings of the seat slide motor.2 Verify that the voltage to the seat slide motor on the harness side between "BR" and "W/B" is 12v when the power seat's switch is pressed backwards and forwards. Jot down your radio presets and tap the seat slide motor so that the motor will work long enough to give you access to the seat mounting bolts.3 Pull the seat as forward as it will go. Take off the two M10 rear seat mounting bolts and set them aside. Push the seat as far back as it will go. Take off the two M10 front seat mounting bolts. Switch the ignition so that it marks "OFF." Unplug the negative battery cable. Stand by for 4 minutes. Raise the seat assembly to find the harness-to-seat connectors. Disconnect them.4 Take out the entire seat assembly and place it on a dry, clean, flat surface. Position it so you can access the bottom of the seat. Undo the seat bottom's carpet flap and take out the four M8 bolts. Then, take out the top screws from the right hand and left hand side finishers. Unplug the seat sub-harness connector.5 Put both the seat rails back into their rear position and take out the worm gears, motor, flexible wire and gear boxes all at the same time. Take out the flexible wire from the gear boxes using a screwdriver. Verify that the new seat track mounting tab makes contact with the rear stopper and that the threaded shaft facing up is point upwards. 6 Install six new rubber grommets. Place the new worm gears, flexible wire and gear boxes into the frame. Reposition the seat tracks over the seat track mounting tabs. Use your hand to tighten the M6 bolts securing the seat track mounting tabs. Torque the six base plate nuts securing the gear boxes to 64 to 85 inch pounds (7.17 to 9.69 Nm) and the M8 bolts on the seat's front edge to 13 to 17 foot pounds (17.5 to 23.7 Nm).7 Plug the slide motor connector back in and hook the carpet flap's strap. Reinstall the seat assembly and reconnect the electrical connectors and negative battery cable. Torque the mounting bolts to 27 to 36 foot pounds (37 to 49 Nm). Operate the seat to make sure that the problem has been resolved

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How hard will it be to replace the window motor, driver side, of a 2002 Chevy blazer? Do I need special tools to do the job?


Motor Replacement - Power Window

Removal Procedure
Be very careful
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Caution: Do not attempt to service the regulator motor withoutreleasing the counterbalance spring tension. The regulator lift arm isunder tension from the counterbalance spring and can cause personalinjury if the motor is removed from the regulator.

  1. Remove the window regulator.
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  1. Drill a hole through the window regulator and the sector gear.
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  1. Install a bolt and a nut through the hole in order to lock the sector gear in position.
  2. Drill out the rivets that secure the power window motor to the window regulator.
  3. Remove the power window motor from the window regulator.
Installation Procedure
  1. Install the power window motor to the window regulator.
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Important: Remove the nut and the bolt that were used in order to secure the sector gear in position.

  1. Install the rivets in order to secure the power window motor to the window regulator.
  2. Install the window regulator.

Jan 01, 2011 | 2002 Chevrolet Blazer

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Replace the window regulator on the drivers side


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Motor & Regulator
  1. Remove the front or rear carrier assembly.
  2. Slide a hammer handle between the window guide and carrier assembly until the hammer handle end presses on the gears of the carrier assembly.
  3. Unfasten the bolts (1) and remove window regulator.

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Unfasten the bolts (1) and remove window regulator


To install:


NOTE:By removing window regulator motor, gearing shifts, it is not centered



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  1. When installing window regulator motor, the gears must be aligned until the window regulator motor is centered again.
  2. Attach and tighten the bolts to 3.5 Nm. The bolts must be tightened to specifications, or damage to plastic sleeve on window regulator motor can result.
  3. Carrier assembly with window regulator, installing:
    • For replacement part carrier assemblies, the gearing is secured in place with a cable tie.

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For replacement part carrier assemblies, the gearing is secured in place with a cable tie (1)


  • Slide a hammer handle between window guide and SF so far until hammer handle end presses on gears of SF.
  • Remove the cable tie .
  • By removing window regulator motor, gearing shifts, it is not centered.
  • When installing window regulator motor, gears must be aligned until window regulator motor is centered again.
  • Attach and tighten bolts to 3.5 Nm. The bolts must be tightened to specifications, or damage to plastic sleeve on window regulator motor can result.
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    Rear window will not open or release , can hear electric release


    you will need to check all the fuses first, then remove the pop window switch and check for power at switch, and power going through switch when button is pushed, this button is on the dash, if there power then you may have a bad release motor,if your blazer does'nt have a hatch release on the dash then you will have to remove the panel on rear door and test there .

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    I have an electric rear window in my tailgate that won't go back.


    Yes you can unbolt it from the regulator that it rides on. You should see a couple of bolts holding it in place unbolt it and pull it out so you can work on everything and then put back in.

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    My rear window is stuck down in my 1989 k5 blazer.


    If you can hear the motor turning but window is not moving, then the window most likely came off it's track. You will have to remove screws and pry off the door panel and replace window on track

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    My rear window wont go up or down 1990 toyota 4runner


    I am assuming you have power windows, more than likely your power window motor regulator needs to be replaced. But first your window could have came off its track, to check to see if this is the case (the easy way):
    1. inspect the window make sure it doesn't appear to be visibly crooked or cockeyed
    2. hit both the front and back of window with the palm of your hand forcefully, but not hard enough to hurt yourself of course :)
    3. check to see if window will go up and down now
    4. if this doesn't fix it then it's time to replace the power window motor regulator, unfortunately this isn't a job for the average joe (especially if he doesn't have the appropriate tools) so you'd need to take it to a shop

    Jan 30, 2009 | 1990 Toyota 4Runner

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