Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
Is this for a rear view mirror motor? or a side window? If it is for a side window motor you need to carefully take apart the door panel - the control (switch) panel on the window door panel is the trickest to remove - if your not careful you can break the clips when trying to get this dislodged from the door panel - after that there are a series of cover plates that cover the screws for removing this panel - and then there is all wires for the electronic devices - rear view mirror and other windows
(if it is the drivers side) etc...
Note you will lock out your radio if you try and disconnect the battery to do this - so becareful you should not have to disconnect the battery to do this work -
once you get down to seeing the window glass you are almost there - you have to get the window all the way up and then remove the plastic splash guard poly sheet...
The motor mounts are difficult to get to - and watch out to not cut yourself -
also the window needs propped up when you take out the motor ...
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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