Hi, This can be a very frustrating procedure. There is a special tool that is used to remove the window crank. With this tool it takes a few seconds to remove it. I would suggest that you go to independent body shop and asked one of the body men to remove it for you, he probably won't charge you anything, but if he does it won't be much.
But if you want to try removing it yourself here is a procedure. Make sure the window is in the down position, you will need to wedge a screwdriver or some other tool between the trim panel and the crank, be very careful not to damage the trim panel. Look for a horseshoe shape metal clip, you might have to rotate the crank slightly to be able to see it, now you can try a small pair of needle nose pliers to pull the clip off the crank or you can try to hook the clip with any tool that has a L shape end and will fit between the crank and the trim panel. To replace the handle simply push the clip onto the crank and snap the crank onto the window regulator. Be very careful and very patient.
This page will tell you how to do this......good luck. http://www.maintainyourcar.co.uk/1999_hyundai_accent_window_winde.htm
With a hammer and pry bar.
At autozone, they are $34.99.
there is a special tool to do this they should haze one at your local auto parts store and shouldn't be more that a few bucks there is a little clip ring behind the window crank.
Make your life easy and just break off the door handle. When you are finished with your project, just replace the door handle with a new one from the dealer.
its a pain but pry back the panel so you can see behind crank use a flat head screwdriver and a towel so you dont scratch it. inside the crank is a small U shaped clip get some small needle nose plyers and pull it out.,
Probably need to check the crank sensor (if the check engine light is on) or the fuel pump... I had that problem not too long ago...
The window crank will most likely be held on one of two ways. There could be a screw in the middle, or there is a clip behind it holding the shaft.
you have to take off the inside panel of your door. slide new glass down making sure its in slots on both sides. there's a little white thing that when you tighten hold the window at bottom. when you turn crank the white thing brings window up and down. It's actually alot easier than i thought it would be when i replaced mine. only took half hour to complete
should be an Allen head or torx screw in the center of the crank.
Their is a special tool to remove manual crank window cranks and it will work for almost any car. You can pick one up at auto zone
Theres a tool that will engage the clip on the back side of the crank, you can find the tool at most auto parts stores.
Crank Angle Sensor (location)i own a 98 Hyundai accent and the crankshaft position sensor is located just underneath the far right spark plug if your looking from the front of the car,about 5"-8". hope this helps.
You would need to remove the window regulator, and the motor. Replace them both and drill a hold through your door panel where the crank will come out.
remove the clip retaining crank to the regulator shaft, this requires a special tool available at most parts houses.
Remove the inside door panel of your 1997 Chevy Lumina. Remove the linkage to the window crank. Remove the window crank retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new window crank.
with a window crank removal tool.
behind the window crank
You will need to remove the inside door panel of your 1977 Chevrolet blazer. Remove the window crank linkage. Remove the window crank retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new window crank.
In almost all makes of car you have to replace the window regulator. That's the entire mechanism that holds the window and raises and lowers it.
Look in the back panel of the headliner ahead of the rear window where the manual crank of the sunroof is.
Pull out the U-clip located on the base of the window crank.
Remove the inside door panel. Remove the Allen screw from the window crank linkage. The window crank handles should come off.
You can remove the window crank handle by just using a simple shop rag. How you do this you slide the rag(unfolded) between the door panel and window crank and rotate around the window crank until you snag the clip that is retain the window crank. The clip is a simple wire clip shaped like a "C" To reinstall you place the clip back in the groove on window crank and press back on the window regualtor shaft
To remove the window knob,you need to purchase a tool at any auto parts store, you would then slide the tool behind the window crank and simply push out the clip that holds the window lever in place.