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
The interchangeable part for a 1994 Mustang window crank handle would be a 1991 to 1993 Mustang window crank handle. This part can also be found at some salvage yards for automobile parts.
behind the window crank handle, there is a horseshoe shaped pin, pop that pin off and the crank handle should pull right off.
There is a special tool for the removal of the window crank handle. This item costs less then $5.00, you can search for it online.
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
Remove the inside door panel. Remove the Allen screw from the window crank linkage. The window crank handles should come off.
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.
Your local auto parts store can sell you an inexpensive tool (should be under $10) that will remove the retaining clip that is located behind the crank handle. To install simply replace the retaining clip on the handle and press the handle into postion.
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.
If there is no faster head visible then it likely is attached with a clip on the backside of the crank handle. slip the handle between the handle and door panel to remove the clip.
Make your life easy and just break off the door handle. When you are finished with your project, just replace the door handle with a new one from the dealer.
You can get a Window handle remover from an automotive parts store that'll help remove a clip that holds on the handle. With this you can remove the clip and then the handle.
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 "U" shaped clip on the handle. That is all that holds it on.
Remove inside door handle and window crank handle, remove inside door panel, remove vent window and channel assembly, remove window.
should be an Allen head or torx screw in the center of the crank.
There is a retaining ring just on the inside of the handle. Once you get that off the crank will come off.
With a hammer and pry bar.
The window crank will most likely be held on one of two ways. There could be a screw in the middle, or there is a clip behind it holding the shaft.
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.
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.
Push in slightly on the door panel around the window crank area. Take a small hook shaped tool (can be made from a coat hanger) and pull out the C shaped clip that pins the handle to the shaft. Pull handle off shaft.
Adjust or replace window regulator You could also grease the regulator. This is the mechanism that lifts the window up and down.
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.
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.