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Not much to your question, or what you need to know You have to figure out how to remove the inner door panel Then figure out how to remove the window regulator,if you find it broken Then if the motor or regulator needs to be replaced-- after testing the motor,you have to remove the motor, in some cases & put on the new regulator, or just install a new motor to old regulator This is if those two items are the problem,could be a bad switch
Nine times out of ten it's a broken belt, but there are other factors that can cause this problem. <br />
<li>Broken belt -- Replace with an identical belt. Line up
the new belt with the markings on the drum from the old one. Wind it
around both the motor pulley and the idler pulley.</li>
Roller could be bad -- Underneath the tumbler is a roller that the
tumbler sits on. It may have become too worn to work properly and may
need replacing. Replacing it is simple - just remove the tumbler to
gain access and then remove the retaining clip on the roller and slide
it off. Reverse the process to install a new one.</li>
<li> Motor or idler pulley could be bad -- Check the pulleys to ensure they're still in working order.</li></ul>
REPLACE BATTERY CABLES.SOUND LIKE POOR GROUND AT BATTERY GROUND CABLE.IF BATTERY CABLES OLD AS VECHICLE REPLACE THEM.TURN OFF RADIO FIRST BEFORE REMOVING BATTERY CABLES.IF BATTERY CABLES OKAY.THE STARTER MOTOR COULD BE GOING BAD.
You should be able to see it under the hood on the passenger side of the car. If you have trouble identifying it...just follow the noise. To replace it all you have to do is disconnect the electrical connector. remove the screws from the motor flange, and remove the motor and fan assembly as an assembly. Your new blower motor may or may not come with a new fan. You may have to transfer the fan from one motor to the other. If it is vibrating really bad, the fan itself may be damaged and you might have to replace it also. There are blower assemblies for some vehicles that come with a new fan already installed - check with your local parts supplier.
DISCONNECT POWER TO UNIT BEFORE SERVICING.
There is not much to it, to access the belt/motor, remove side panels, loosen motor base bolts and push motor inwards to relieve pressure on belt. (you have to do this even if the belt broke off in order to install the new one), remove old belt and install new one. Slide/Pull back to tense belt. Proper tension is achieved when push belt with your finger between pulleys and the deflection is about 1/2"
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The front of the wet end must be removed to access the impeller. Then remove the rear electrical covering to expose the rear end of the motor shaft. Look closely at the shaft. It has two flat sides. A 12mm open face wrench will fit onto the shaft. Lock the shaft in place with the wrench and unscrew the impeller. The rear housing behind the impeller pops off to reveal four 9/16 bolts. Remove them and the motor is free. Reverse the process with the new motor.
The pump seal is bad on the unit. This requires disassemble of the pump unit. Remove power to the unit, dissasemble pump housing, remove the impeller from the shaft of the motor by removing the allen screw with an allen wrench. Seperate pump housing from motor remove the old seal replace seal. Lube motor shaft with a little clean oil or wd40 to facilitate easy install thru new seal,reassemble in reverse.
Check thepump assembly( this is a common pump ) first for a leaking problem, check fill valve, hoses, and center seal under the outer tank in the middle where the transmission goes inside the washer. The button catcher ( on older style washer ) on the side of the outer tank is also bad for leaking. See #'s 16, 17, 18 for thebutton catcher, grommet and clamp. Replace them all at the same time, the grommet is glued as well as clipped into the outer tank. With the use of plastic drain hoses on many machines today, this has become a common leak trouble maker. The drain hosecan rub the wall or a pipeand this will rub a hole in the drain hose.
Changing a pump tips:This pumpis pressed onto the motor shaft. The motor shaft often starts to rust and the shaft swells out and holds onto the pump...tightly!! Often need to...remove power, remove the pump clips, remove the hoses from the pump assy. if the pump assy will not lift off of the motor shaft, you may need to remove the motor & pump together and break off the pump assy. A hammer and flat screwdriver can usually crack the old pump so it can be replaced. Sand/clean the motor shaft before installing the new pump.
Take the top cover off, remove the torx screws on each side of the motor housing, remove the screw on the back holding the hose, then you just have to compare the 2 before putting on the new one. Can't tell for sure without a model number to get you a picture. What isn't on the new base, take off the old base and put it on the new one.