I would urge you not to try this at home. Getting the window track aligned after putting in the regulator is a nightmare. It's worth the $180 or so to just pay someone to do this. If you don't, I garuantee your window will slide right out of the weatherstripping and you'll be pissed when you're all done and put it back together. Test the window's up and down movement numerous times before re-installing the trim panel. Adjust as necessary. It's no big deal and nothing to be afraid of. As I recall, removing the glass is not even necessary! Leave the tracks alone! With the window in the UP position, hold it up while you install the regulator. If working with one hand like this bothers you, take a few minutes to prop the glass up in the door with a piece of wood cut to proper size. When ready to connect the regulator to the glass, use the palm of your hand to maneuver the glass up or down in to position. Not difficult.
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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.
No, it will not fit.
the voltage regulator is located in the voltage regulator compartment
the gears of the window regulator are stripped, the mechanism needs replaced.
The voltage regulator for a 1991 Honda accord is mounted on the rear of the alternator. It is bolted on and can be replaced as a separate unit.
Inside the alternator
The power window motor could be bad.
Break the window with an iron wrench.
In the rear window
Call the glass company and tell them.
To change the window regulator on a 1997 Honda Civic the door panel will need to be removed. Once removed the regulator will be visible and can be replaced by taking off the mounting hardware.
Depends on what is wrong with the window.
wired in the back window.
You should by a new window regulator , not the motor. take your old motor off the old regulator and replace the old regulator, its off track for a reason, ....Its worn and damaged.AnswerYou should by a new window regulator , not the motor. take your old motor off the old regulator and replace the old regulator, its off track for a reason, ....Its worn and damaged. Kongkit Raggan-Supatanampon
The fuel pressure regulator is located on the fuel rail of the engine. The regulator is placed at end of the fuel rail.
I found having a repair manual specifically for your make/model/year a great start. I'm in the same boat and this is what I have found out and will be doing next weekend. First, I had the a screw placed in the regulator to keep the window up until I am able to replace the window regulator. The regulator comes complete with the motor, so what I will do is remove the current regulator have a friend holding up the window has I am doing this so I wont have to remove the window (to skip a step), then just attach the new regulator in the same place as the original.
Yes, I have a 1992 Honda Accord and it has a driver side airbag, it does not, however, have passenger, rear, or side airbags.
The cost of replacing power window regulators (motors) in a 2004 Honda Accord is dependent on where one sources the parts from and which shop they take it to. A power window regulator runs approximately $240 to $265 from the dealership. However, the same part costs $174 to $191 from OEM Honda parts sites. As far as the cost of labour is concerned, count on the job taking approximately 3 hours and- utilizing a commonplace hourly labour rate of $80- the total would be about $240. The grand total would be approximately $500 to replace one power window regulator on a 2004 Honda Accord. Of course, it would cost more to replace multiple regulators.
on one 95 accord that I purchased, the Driver side window was really hard to roll up and when I took the door apart to look at the regulator I think the the window was bolted in on the wrong side of the regulator. easy fix because all i had to do was back out the two bolts, muve the window up and over a touch and tighten the bolts again. One more thing you could look at would br to make sure the window is in the propper track (the rubber on the front and back of the window frame in the door that you can always see from outside the car.,the rubber seals.) if the window is not in propper alignment then it is binding.
The OBD port on a 2002 Honda Accord is located on the engine. There are other vehicles that have it on driver side of the dashboard.
with a screw driver