How do you change a window regulator on a Honda Prelude?
I JUST CHANGED MINE IN MY 88 PRELUDE. IT TELLS U IN THE REPAIR MANUALS, LIKE CHILTONS. FIRST, U HAVE TO TAKE OFF THE TRIM PANEL. ADJUST THE WINDOW WHERE U CAN SEE THE CLAMPS AND SCREWS THAT HOLD THE WINDOW TO THE REGULATER THREW THE HOLES. THERE ARE 2. UNSCREW THEM AND GENTLEY TAKE THE WINDOW OUT OF THE DOOR. THEN UNSCREW THE BOLTS THAT HOLD THE REGULATOR IN PLACE, SHOULD BE 4 BY THE WINDOW CRANK, AND 2 TOWARD THE LEFT SIDE. AFTER THE REGULATOR IS COMPLETLEY LOOSE, ADJUST TO LET THE REGULATOR COME COMPLETELY OUT OF THE MAIN HOLE IN THE DOOR. TO INSTALL, DO EXACLY OPPOSITE. TAKING THE WINDOW REGULATOR OUT, AND INSTALLING IT BACK IN IS PRETTY EASY. INSTALLING THE WINDOW BACK IN, WILL TAKE A LITTLE TIME, TO ALIGN AND TIGHTEN THE BOLTS TO THE WINDOW CLAMP ONTOP OF THE REGULATOR, ASK A BUDDY TO HELP U OUT ON THAT ONE. INSTALL TIME TOOK ME ABOUT AN HOUR AND FIFTEEN MINUTES.
it is inside the alternator. If the voltage regulator goes bad you have to change the whole alternator Answer In your 1986 Honda prelude the voltage regulator should be separate from the Alternator. It should be a small black square with a five wire connector if i remember right. It should be mounted on the passenger side strut bubble inside the engine bay. Between the battery and the strut bubble and between the under hood…
i just got my 98 Honda accord driver's side window regulator replaced and it was $610 at the Honda dealership for the part + 3 hours of labor. what a rip off i just fixed my 2000 Honda accord driver's side window. cost $300+ with parts and labor. i looked everywhere and saw that the regulator and motor should cost less than $100, but they charged me about $200 for it. jerks.