I tried the dishrag thing and it didn't work for me. The crank on my '97 SC2 is held on by a wire spring shaped like an omega. The top of the omega is located opposite the crank arm and is held up by two little standoffs 1/8 inch apart, so you can get a hook under it and pull it loose. I made a little hook (1/8") on the end of a strip of steel 3/64 X 3/32 inch. It was the backbone out of a discarded windshield wiper. About 1 inch up, I put about a 5 degree bend in it, the same direction as the hook, so that it could have some travel once it got inserted behind the handle. Push the trim panel in a little, slip the hook behind the handle opposite the arm, hook the spring and give it a sharp pull. I had to use pliers. The spring will pop off and roll under the car, so don't do this in the grass.
remove the small pin with a pair of plyers, maybe 'needlenose' plyers
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.
behind the window crank handle, there is a horseshoe shaped pin, pop that pin off and the crank handle should pull right off.
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.
Remove the inside door panel. Remove the Allen screw from the window crank linkage. The window crank handles should come off.
they make a special tool for this. its available at Autozone, andvance auto and checker in the HELP section. its labled GM window crank removal tool, its like $6
Pry the screwdriver between the door panel and the window crank base. Remove the metal clip slowly and carefully. Pull the base of crank to remove it.
To replace the window crank handle on the 1993 Geo Prism, first remove the interior door panel. Then, access the screw that holds the window crank in place and remove it. You can then remove the handle itself.
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
You need to remove the window hand crank with a window hand crank removal tool.
You need a special tool to remove it . The tool slides between the door and the handle and pushes the clip out
Pull out the U-clip located on the base of the window crank.
you can buy a window crank removal tool at an autoparts store that pulls the little pin off to remove it.
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
You need a crank removal tool
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.
Remove inside door handle and window crank handle, remove inside door panel, remove vent window and channel assembly, remove window.
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!
there is a cooter pin holding it on.. use needle nose pliers or a small tool with a hook and pull it out. should come right off after that. cheers,
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
push in on the door pannel by the crank and remove the snap ring behind the pivit point
Your local auto parts store can sell you a very inexpensive tool to remove the clip that holds in the window crank handle. It should be under $10.
You have to remove the inside panel, where the window crank is, or would be.
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.
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