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Only the driver window doesn't go up with the controle switch

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This is the procedure I used to replace mine. It wasn't the easiest thing to do. Getting into the door is hard enough. Luckily I found the holes already drilled due to what I think was a prior replacement, otherwise choosing the exact place to drill them might have be a bit of guess work. http://shbox.com/page/windowmotor.html Worked perfectly though once I got it in.

Posted on Jun 06, 2009

I had to replace the actual window motor in my Camaro this weekend. The manual says not to do this but if you use your brain it is simple. (am-autoparts.com) has the motor for 30 bucks, and it is brand new, not reconditioned. It works phenomenally.

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