It's the switch because the motor is getting power to go up but not down.
yes it does!
If you press the switch and hear the motor running, the the gear kit needs to be replaced. If you do not hear it, look at the dome light and see if it dims when you press the switch. If it does then you have a bad motor.
First, remove the door panel. Depending on the location of your particular vehicle there will be bolts holding the window motor in place, or rivets that must be drilled out to remove the motor. Before you do that you must unbolt the window brackets from the bottom of the window and remove the glass. If you have any questions you may me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Take the door panel off,you will need to remove 3 bolts for the window motor and then 3bolts(maybe4) that hold the regulator to the window
remove plastic moulding around door handle and door lock. unscrew door handle and unsnap plastic anchors around lower portion of door unscrew door panel from door. lift up on panel and remove. remove plastic. unscrew motor from door , let window down and remove two screws holding window. remove motor and metal bar replace and reverse process. 1991 Nissan maxima
The correct gap is .044
take the door panel off and unbolt the regulator and jam the window until you can replace the regulator
inside the door panel
Open the bonnet, remove the scuttle cover, wiper motor, and finally blower motor.
Climb in the back and remove the panels for the tail gate. You have 2 options. Get a couple of wires and run them from the battery to the connector for the window. Then manually move the motor down. If the problem is with the motor then you must remove the motor mechanism to get the window to come down. Neither allow quick return of the motor to the up position, but they will allow you access to opening the door so the repairs can be done more easily.
Should be of the "peel off" type remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Remove and support caliper remove rotor
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Too the best of my knowledge, no. The 1991 used a sealed beam and the 1997 used a halogen type.
If an automatic window will fail to lower on a 1991 Honda Accord than the power winder motor or relay can be the problem. The easiest place to check is the relay. If the relay is fine than the motor is failing.
You need a crank removal tool
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check on eBay for a power window motor. from what i have heard its only 1991 -1994 mercery capri only
It probably needs a new motor.
Actually I need to know how to access the motor, after the door panel is off there is still a sheet of metal covering access. Your best bet is a local dealer Honda / Acura or local part store for a remanufactured version of the motor. There is a couple bolts holding the window motor in the bolt directily into the sheet metal covering it. You can remove these then either just remove the motor itself(which i dont recomend unless you have a new one because there are alot of small parts such as springs) or disconect the pully system which runs through the motor for running you windows up and down.
No you don't have to remove the window. But it's easier if you move it out of the way. If you can lower it enough to open the door. If you cant lower the door then you have to do all this sitting in the rear of the vehicle. Remove the panel on the inside of the door and the metal support. Then pull back the plastic but be careful not to rip it so you can reuse it. Once all is off you will see the motor assembly on the right side of the door. Remove any connections from the motor. Now you need to get to the underside of the unit with an open end wrench. It is an 8mm bolt. There should be 3 bolts you need to take off. If you can this is when you need to move the window out of the way. So if the motor is stripped you should be able to wiggle the window out of the way. If not look for small hands to assist you. Remove one at a time and take it all the way out. Once you are down to the last one be careful If this is loosened and the window is up it can fall down and catch a finger. Or worse fall down inside and break. Loosen the last one and you should be able to move it enough to get the window to come down. Once down you can open the door and do the rest outside the car. With the door down pull the window just far enough to get to the bolts and remove the motor. Then install a new motor with the window out. Then you may need to bypass the switch inside the door to lower the window. Watch the sides and ensure they are in the guides. Lower the window and replace the parts you took off. Note if you go to the auto wreckers for the motor you can use one from any of the windows, if you use drivers side window motor you will need to remove the gray little plug that reverses the polarity of the motor (it just pulls out), just compare it to the old motor and you'll see the plug I'm referring to.
picture of engine of 1991 ford aerostar van
Remove door trim screws, one in handle one next to side mirror. Remove power window door lock trim, the metal piece is attached to the plastic part. Lift whole door trim up at the rear and down at the front to slide out from door opener handle. Remove the plastic sheeting and any insulation. remove the glass from the lifter arm. Remove wiring.Drill out the 3 rivets that hold the motor, pull out and replace. 1/4 20 bolts and nuts work if you don't have rivets.
Transmission, yes Motor no, but it would be easier if it was out.