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Posted by [email protected] on December 14, 2012 at 11:00 PM

How to Fix a Power Window That Won't Go All The Way Up...


:) Be careful of where you put your fingers as the power mechanisms can seriously damage or amputate tender fingers. Pull the fuse if you are working inside the door.  :roll:


Power window repair is a bit tricky and most people prefer to have it professionally done. Power Window Repair is equipped to diagnose and repair any power window issue your vehicle may have.

 



Here is the generic procedure to replace the regulator. 


Step 1 – You will have to take off the door panel to get at the problem area.


Step 2 – Take Off the Door PanelDoor panels can be held on with a wide variety of fasteners. Sometimes it is easy to see and remove the screws, or pry up the panel with your fingers. Remove all handles and pulls to start with the gently pry up the plastic studs so you can reuse them. These studs are fragile and intended for one time use but if you are careful you can remove them with no damage. You can order new studs if you have to.

Remove the weather sheeting when you have taken off the panel. This may have to be replaced using contact cement if possible or discarded when you have finished. You may need to pull fairly hard. 

Step 3 – Disconnect Everything From the Door Disconnect everything that is attached to the panel like cables, door and lock controls. When you have disconnected the cables you can turn the plastic rings holding the locking rods and they will pull straight up. Remove the speaker and cable. 

Step 4 - Remove the Inner Window Seal pull and remove the seal on the inside bottom window groove. It should pry out. 

Step 5 – Remove the Window .....Find the regulator, it is easier to see when the window is down. Two knobs attach the regulator to the window and a plastic receiver with a metal clip. Pull out the pin on both sides.

Separate the window from the knobs making sure that a helper is holding onto the window to stop it falling. Carefully maneuver the window out. You may need to rotate it to almost upside down. 

Step 6 – Remove the Regulator..  Unplug the window motor cable and unscrew the regulator from the door, doing the same for the motor screws. Carefully maneuver the assembly out. Remove the screws attaching the regulator to the motor. 

Step 7 – Install the New Regulator.... Install everything in the reverse order, making sure to put back any foam pads and rubber guards before reattaching the door panel. 



Be careful of where you put your fingers as the power mechanisms can seriously damage or amputate tender fingers. Pull the fuse if you are working inside the door.


Power window repair is a bit tricky and most people prefer to have it professionally done. Power Window Repair is equipped to diagnose and repair any power window issue your vehicle may have.

 





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