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first you have to remove dead plugs on door handle and remove screws another screw on door opening handle and you have to disconnect 2 metal pins behind that and look all around the door panel sides and under should have several rivets make sure no any screw and rivets left on door panel pull door panel foward and pull it up dont go too hard dont damage door panel conections for proper reinstallation. before removing door panel from the door dont forget disconnect cable connections from window and door lock switches.good luck
Replace the window motor. They cost around $100 for the part and $150 for the labor. If your handy with tools you can do it yourself. Just remove the door panel. Drill out the rivets holding the motor inplace. Remove the motor and install the new motor with bolts to replace the rivets (included in the package) and install the door panel.
Remove the door trim panel and the inner panel water deflector.
Raise or lower the window, as applicable, to the half-up position.
CAUTION Make sure to properly support the window. If the window drops into the door personal injury or window damage may result.
Support the window in the position needed to access the rivets by inserting rubber wedge door stops at the front and rear of the window between the window and inner door panel.
Fig. 1: Support the window with rubber wedges in the door channel
Use a 1⁄4 in. (6mm) bit to drill out the attaching rivets on the sash channel.
Fig. 2: Location of the window retaining rivets
Carefully raise the glass to remove from the sash channel, then remove the glass from the door.
Inspect the bushings, retainers, up stop, pins and wedges on the window for damage.
If necessary, remove the bushings and retainers using a prytool covered with cloth body tape.
If necessary, remove the following:
Window front up stop bolt/screw.
Up stop, nut and washer.
Window stabilizer bolts/screws.
Stabilizer pins, nuts and wedges.
Fig. 3: Exploded view of the window glass and related components
If removed, install the window wedges and stabilizer pins.
If removed, install the stabilizer pin bolts/screws and tighten to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm).
Install the stabilizer pin nut, if removed and tighten to 71 inch lbs. (8 Nm).
If removed, install the up stop and washer.
If removed, install the up stop bolt/screw and nut. Tighten the bolt/screw to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm) and the nut to 71 inch lbs. (8 Nm).
If removed, install the bushings and retainers.
Carefully position the window into the door so the holes in the bushings lines up with the holes in the channel.
Install the rivets in sequence.
If necessary, adjust the window as outlined later in this section.
Install the water deflector and trim panel.
Remove the drilled out rivets and shavings from the door.
Check the rivet bushings and retainers on the glass for damage. If necessary, remove the bushings using a flat-bladed tool covered with a cloth body tape. Install by snapping the rivet retainer into the bushing.
Lower the glass into the door and position on the sash channel so the holes in the sash line up with the holes in the bushings and retainers.
Using rivet tool J–29022 or equivalent, install 1⁄4 in. (6mm) peel type rivet (part No. 20184399 or equivalent) to retain the glass to sash channel.
Install the rear guide channel.
Install the front up stop to support on the inner panel.
Before installing the trim parts, check the window operation for performance and fit to roof rail weatherstrip.
Install the inner panel water deflector and the door trim panel.
I'm sorry, can't contact with your chat request because I having other question open; I suggest check this proceduro for GM Camaro/Firebird 1993-1998 Repair Guide...
Window Regulator and Regulator Motor
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION (see
Figures 1 and 2)
Remove the door trim panel and inner panel water deflector.
Raise the window to half-up position and hold in place by
inserting a rubber wedge door stops at the front and rear of the window
between window and inner panel.
Remove the rear guide channel and inner panel cam channel.
Punch out the center pins of the regulator rivets; then
drill out the rivets using a
in. (6mm) bit.
Move the regulator rearward and disconnect wire harness from the
motor (if equipped). Disengage the roller on the regulator lift arm from
glass sash channel.
Remove the regulator through the rear access hole.
Fig. 1: Front door window regulator mounting
If electric motor removal from the regulator is required, the
sector gear must be locked in position. The regulator lift arm is under
tension from the counterbalance spring and could cause personal injury
if the sector gear is not locked in position.
Drill a hole through the regulator sector gear and backplate and
install a bolt and nut to lock the sector gear in position.
in. (5mm) bit, drill out the motor attaching rivets and
remove the motor from the regulator.
Fig. 2: Locking the sector gear on the window regulator motor
To install the motor to the regulator. Use a rivet tool,
J-29022 or equivalent, and install
in. (5mm) rivets or
in. (5mm) nuts and bolts. Remove the bolt and nut used
to secure the sector gear in position.
Place the regulator through the rear access hole into the door
inner panel. If the electric regulator is being installed, engage the
wire connector to motor prior to installing the regulator to the inner
Locate the lift arm roller into the glass sash channel.
Using rivet tool J-29022 or equivalent, rivet the
regulator to the inner panel of the door using
in. (13mm) aluminum peel type rivets (part No. 9436175
or equivalent). If the rivet tool is not available, use the following
nut and bolt method:
Install U-clips on the regulator at the attaching locations. Be
sure to install the clips with clinch nuts on the outboard side of the
Locate the regulator in the door inner panel. If the electric
regulator is being installed, connect the wire connector to the
Locate the lift arm roller in the glass sash channel.
Align the regulator with clinch nuts to holes in the inner panel.
Attach the regulator (and motor) to the door inner
in. screws (part No. 9419723 or equivalent) into
in. (6mm) nuts with integral washers. Tighten the
screw to 90-125 inch lbs. (10-14 Nm) torque.
Install the inner panel cam channel and rear guide channel.
Remove the rubber wedge door stops at the front and rear of the
window between window and inner panel.
Install the inner panel water deflector and the door trim panel.
Remove the front door window/lock control switch bezel.
Disconnect the window/lock control switch electrical connectors.
Remove the 3 front door trim panel screws.
To avoid damaging the trim panel, do not pull directly outward to
carry out this step.
Lift the door trim panel by pulling directly upward on the armrest
to disengage the panel clips.
Remove the exterior mirror control switch from the front door trim
Remove the front door speaker.
Remove the interior molding.
Disconnect the door lock actuating rod at the door handle
Release the door lock actuating rod clip.
Position the door lock actuating rod aside.
Remove the front door weather shield.
Make sure the holes in the glass bracket do not become enlarged
during the rivet removal process. If the holes become enlarged, the new
rivets may become loose, resulting in clicking noise concern.
Some vehicles may use rivets to attach the window glass to the
window regulator assembly. Use a 4.5 mm (0.1772 in) drill bit to drill
out the glass-to-regulator rivets.
Remove the 2 front door window glass-to-regulator bolts or rivets.
Position the front door window glass as necessary to access the
front door window glass-to-regulator bolts or rivets.
Secure the front door glass in the full up position with tape.
Disconnect the window regulator motor electrical connector.
Remove the 4 window regulator assembly nuts.
Remove the window regulator assembly.
Fig. Exploded view of the front door and power window
components-2005 Explorer and Mountaineer
Position the window regulator assembly.
Install the 4 window regulator assembly nuts. Tighten to 89 inch
lbs. (10 Nm).
Connect the window regulator motor electrical connector.
Remove the tape securing the front door glass in the full up
Position the front door window glass as necessary to access the
front door window glass-to-regulator bolts or rivets. Install the bolt
and tighten the bolts to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm), or install new rivets.
Install the front door weather shield.
Connect the door lock actuating rod at the door handle assembly:
Position the door lock actuating rod into proper location.
Attach the door lock actuating rod clip.
Install the interior molding.
Install the front door speaker.
Install the front door trim panel as follows:
Install the exterior mirror control switch from the front door
Position the door trim panel onto the armrest to engage the panel
Install the 3 front door trim panel screws.
Connect the window/lock control switch electrical connectors.
Install the front door window/lock control switch bezel.
Install the front door handle bezel.
Raise the front door window glass to the full up position.
Remove the interior door handle.
Support the front door window glass.
Disconnect the front door window regulator motor electrical
Remove the equalizer bracket nuts.
Fig. Remove the equalizer bracket nuts-2005 Explorer Sport-Trac
Remove the front door window regulator by removing the rivets and
Remove the front door window regulator motor retaining bolts and
then remove the motor.
Fig. Remove the front door window regulator motor retaining bolts
and then remove the motor-2005 Explorer Sport-Trac
Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
Tighten the regulator motor mounting bolts to 8 ft. lbs. (11 Nm).
Place the regulator in position and engage to the guide channel.
Secure the regulator to the door (you may have to plug it in and lower the window the slightest bit to get it to line up)with rivets and a rivet tool(you can use small screws but they can work thier way loose so I don't recommend it).
If the regulator won't line up, use the switch and let the window down slightly.
Plug in electrical connector if you didn't already.
Tighten all the channel nuts nd reinstall the door panel.
Mine wont either actually, you just need to take out the door panel and change out that motor. Buy the book for that car at your local autoparts store and it will tell you how to change it out step by step.
This can be very hard to do if you have never worked with window regulators before,But I can try to help.You must start by removing your inside door panel.Then you are going to remove the glass to get enough room to get the regulator out.To remove glass there should be 2 up stop small brackets towards the top of the door,then disconnect wiring at motor if you have power windows,next drill out 4 large pop rivets that hold regulator to the door( make sure you have someone holding window),next slide regulator fore and aft to disengage rollers,lift glass out top of door and lay aside,remove regulator swop motor and reverse proceedure to install.
I am in the process of doing this now to my 96 Lincoln Towncar. Today I removed the door panel. Hidden scews that attach the door panel are at end end of the door pull strap. The plastic end pieces are removable and each have a screw underneath securing the top of the door panel.
Hidden behind the water shield material at the top of the door are two nuts that retain the top connection of the window lift. I am going to razor cut a straight line through the water shield material to insert a socket to remove the two nuts and then put duck tape over the razor cuts rather that pull the water shield material from the door frame.
Started drilling on the left rivet to detach window from the regulator and quit for the evening.
Have three rivets to drill to detach the pwoer window motor from the door frame.
Two more rivets at the bottom of the door to drill out to detach the lower window regulator from the door frame.
Do not know how I am going to remove the right rivet of the bracket that hold the window yet. Looks like a would need a long drill bit to reach through the door frame to make contact with the rivet.
The replacement rivets that came with my window regulator are to big for my rivet tool. Could end up using nuts and bolts. Sure would make it easier for the next window regulator replacement.
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