Question about 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier Coupe
You need to take the door cover off, then pull the plastic away till you can see the rivets. Drill the rivets out. As the window slides down , you need to take the two bolts that hold the window to the regulator off, ther is a slot open in the door frame for this. Then pull the motor and regulator out thru the big hole in the frame. Drill the rivets out on the motor , so u can reuse the regulator. You can either use nuts and bolts or rivets to put the motor and regulator back together. But when u put the motor back in the door, unless u have access to a body shot, using bolts to mount it to the door frame is best
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
Thanks for the quistion , frist you can easier to remove the fuse of the power window and the power window will be absent , or you can remove the door iner cover and you will see the power window motor clearly and easly you can take it out. thank you for using fixya
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