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Electric Window Assembly

My electric window ony my 1993 Cavalier Z24 has slipped the rod that raises and lowers the window has slipped off the round piece in the window slide will not hold the plug on the arm

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Likely a bushing failed, it's relatively easy to replace.

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I have a 2002 Chevy Cavalier 4-dr, 2.4 liter Z24 model. Currently, my problem is that the rear windows will not go up after being placed in the down position. The equipment on this vehicle is all original...


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Removal and Installation
Remove the rear door trim panel. For additional information, refer to INTERIOR TRIM AND ORNAMENTATION .
Remove the door mounted speaker.
Remove the watershield.
NOTE:The glass must be lowered for this step.

NOTE:Some vehicles may use rivets to attach the glass to the regulator.

Remove the bolt that attaches the glass to the regulator.
Raise and support the rear door window glass to the full up position.

NOTE:Do not detach the door handle from the latch cable during this step.

Remove the rear inside door handle.
Remove the screw.
Disengage the inside door handle from the door.
If equipped, disconnect the power door lock rod from the back of the inside door handle.

Gain access to the power window motor electrical connector located in the front of the door.
Fig. 90: Identifying Power Window Motor Electrical Connector
Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO.
Disconnect the power window motor electrical connector.
Press down on the connector tab.
Pull the connector upward and remove through the speaker opening in the door.
Disconnect the rear door window regulator and motor assembly from the door.
Remove the nuts.
Remove the screws.
Fig. 92: Disconnecting Rear Door Window Regulator And Motor Assembly From Door
Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO.
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Remove the window regulator and motor assembly from the door.
Fig. 93: Removing Window Regulator And Motor Assembly From Door
Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO.
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To install, reverse the removal procedure.

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It is not that complicated of a job, it just takes a little patience. Good luck!

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