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My driver side window has stopped working in the down position. I need to replace the motor. I have the inside panel removed. I want to close the window for now, and replace the motor in a week or so. How can I close the window until then?

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  • chc9856 Oct 09, 2010

    Yeah, I'm aware of that, but that was not my question

  • chc9856 Oct 10, 2010

    I really appreciate you trying to help, but maybe I was not clear what I need to know. I have already removed the inside panel. I have verified that I need a new motor. The switch, wiring, etc. is all fine. The motor is bad I will not be able to replace the motor for a week to 10 days. I need to know if there is a way for me to close the window... raise the window to the closed position, until I can replace the motor?

  • chc9856 Oct 10, 2010

    Thank you... I appreciate your help.

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Cut the rivets that hold the regulator on the door with a power drill and take it out - slide the pins from the bottom bar on the window an tilt it to extract it from the door.
Lift the window all the way up and prop it there with a piece of wood.
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Have u checked the switch yet? switch failures are actually more common than motor failures, u can buy the switch in the after market fairly cheap.

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    there are a couple of bolts under the door pull to provide strength to that area, which must be removed first. The back, bottom, and front are held on by plastic "christmas trees". Use a broad flat tool to pry the door panel away fron the door, starting next to one of these on the bottom of the door. Gradually work your way around to the front and back, pulling firmly. When they are all loose, the door panel can be lifted straight up out of the groove in the top of the door. Installation is the reverse. Go slow and be careful, all will be OK. If something is really hard, check to be sure there isn't another bolt holdng things down.

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