After removing the door panel and plastic weather shield, you can reach inside the door and feel the motor and the three bolts holding it on. You can't get to them with a tool. They (dealership) want you to spend $$$ at the dealership, but if you have a holesaw or can borrow one from a friend, there are three small dimples in the sheet metal directly over the bolts. Use about a 1" holesaw and use the dimples as guides to start the drilling process. It takes only a few minutes, and then all you need is a rachet, extension, and a 3/8" socket (I believe the bolts are 3/8" that you need to remove.)
Remove the inside door panel of your 1988 Lincoln Town Car. Remove the wiring harness from your window motor. Remove the window motor retaining screws. Reverse the process to install a new window motor.
The 1988 Chevrolet Blazer tailgate window motor might be bad and need to be replaced. The window motor fuse might be blown and needs to be replaced.
u have to drill out stock rivets on the door replace with quality bolts and nuts .remove motor unplug.reverse procedure to install new motor its pretty simple..
Remove the door for the glove box, you will see the complete motor there. A small socket set will do the job.
just did this on a 1988 bronco II. I did the following: remove door panel carefully remove plastic water proof sheet...do not tear...so you can reuse. to remove the motor, i had to drill access holes to get to the three bolts that attach the motor to the regulator. these are 8mm bolts. I located the three bolts and I drilled 1/2 inch holes to access the bolts...this allowed me to remove the motor from its mounting...then unplug from wiring harness.
Remove the oil pan and there it is...
How do I get to the flywheel bolts on a 98 dodge dakota to remove a transmission
Remove motor mounts and raise motor approximately 4 inches.
under sterring column remove the 2 covers you will see 3 nuts and linkage remove and pull motor out from engine bay
Lincoln - 1988 was released on: USA: 27 March 1988
Only if it doesn't come out, with it on.
Disconnect the battery. Remove the glove box to instrument panel screws. Disconnect the power and ground wires from the blower.. Remove the recirculating door actuator, the seven screws and then remove the complete recirculating housing.. Remove the three blower motor attaching screws.. Remove the blower motor...
Take off the inside door panel, (pull plastic clips, usually spaced 8-9") remove wire connection then mounting bolts. Just reverse process to install.
Remove - battery cableRaise and support vehicleDisconnect wire at top of starterRemove mounting boltsRemove starter
Any parts store will have the removal tool for this. Very inexpensive.
Look on the inside of the talegate for a panel that is screwed on. Remove the screws and you should be able to get inside.
1985 - 1988 Nissan Maxima is the only other Nissan model with power window motors that will fit a 1986 300ZX.
A 1988 Lincoln Towncar has shocks in the front.
Remove the bottom trim on the window. This pops off. Then remove both wiper blade assemblies by pulling the arm back toward the front of the truck, then pulling partially out the retaining clip, and then pulling the whole arm off of the truck.Next, remove all of the screws (on top and under the hood) on the metal cowling (not sure if this is what its called) between the hood and window. This will give you access to a cover plate above the wiper motor linkage and make it much easier to get the bolts out of the motor. Remove the cover plate. Then remove the retaining clip from the wiper motor linkage and pull the control rods off.Finally, remove both plugs from the motor. Remove all three bolts (one is a two part bolt with a ground attached) holding the motor on the firewall and pull it free.Hopefully this will help. (Stupid me forgot the cover plate came off and tried to pull it out and take the retaining clip off that way.) Assembly is the reverse.
Only if you change out the entire regulator. The power regulator unit is pitched a little different due to the power motor components.
If you have the right tools it shouldn't take more than 5hours
Marilyn's Window - 1988 was released on: USA: 1 October 1988 (New York City, New York)
My sister just paid 180$ for her driver side window, on her 88' buick lasabre. This was just for the track though (to keep the window held up), they said the motor would cost another 100$.
Rear of engine follow exhaust manifold at rear of motor(closest to firewall) you will see oxygen sensor there.Simple to remove(1 only on this motor)