there are 3 rivets, they have to be drilled out then there are special rivets you have to put back in.
push in on the door panel. use a small flat head screw driver push the clip of the crank an then pull the crank off
with a window crank removal tool.
opposite the knob there is a horseshoe shaped steel wire spring that 'clips' the window crank onto the shaft... with a thin screwdriver or awl, you can push this clip off from the know side.
Remove the inside door panel. Remove the Allen screw from the window crank linkage. The window crank handles should come off.
They sell a window crank removal tool to open the cotter in and slide off the winow crank handle. Slide the tool under the window handle and push the cotter pin back, off comes the handle
If it's a true z34 90-94 there is no window crank they ALL had power windows.....
There is a c-clipthat holds the crank in place,you just need to push it off and the crank comes off.
There is a retaining ring just on the inside of the handle. Once you get that off the crank will come off.
behind the window crank handle, there is a horseshoe shaped pin, pop that pin off and the crank handle should pull right off.
How do I get my door panel off
you can buy a window crank removal tool at an autoparts store that pulls the little pin off to remove it.
You have to have a window crank remover, this tool looks like a U on a stick, and you slide this tool in between the the crank and the door panel and trip the lock pin, then the crank will pull off.
To remove the window crank on the 1992 Toyota Paseo, first pry off the interior door panel. Then, access the screw that holds the crank in place. Remove the screw and the handle will come loose.
Rotate the handle upward. Push on the door panel around the window crank to expose the shaft. From the bottom side use a window crank removal too (c-clip removal too) or a flat-head screwdriver and push the c-clip off. Gently pull the handle off afterwards.
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.
Window cranks are easy to remove. Go to the local auto parts store, and ask for a window crank removal too. Slip it in behind the crank until it comes free.
The window crank slips because the regulator gear has most likely stripped. You will need to remove the outer door panel to verify for sure but unless the crank is broken (It would fall off if it was) the regulator is stripped
Well, to answer my own question... :-) There is a "U" shaped clasp that you pull off the crank right behind the handle. Very simple! Then.. when putting the window crank back on, just put the clasp on the handle, then push it on the crank! It'll click right in. Happy Fixin'!
There is a spring clip on the back of the handle that you have to get off before the handle will pull off, go to the parts store and get the special window crank removal tool to get it off.
It depends on the year and make vehicle. Need to know what vehicle you have to answer that question.
ive tryand can,t get the bolt to brake loose
I have the same problem, same year of car too, I do have a manual window crank, they told me to unscrew the 9-10 screws and the outside panel comes off.
Saturn Shop Foreman here, old school GM window crank remover or use a shop rag behind the crank to grab the tangs of the clip and pop it out, it will fly like the wind if you don't watch out!
Most chevys have a horseshoe shaped clip on the window crank. There is a special tool to remove it , but I just push them off with a small screw driver, or hook the back with a dental tool