Okay, I just did this, and it was not fun. I did not have to replace my regulator, just the power window motor. It can be done with the regulator still inside the door.
First, remove the door panel, armrest, etc. Pop out the power lock, and window switches.
Once that's done, remove the 2 bolts that hold the rear run channel for the window. They are silver, and scribe around them to line them up later on.
Remove the power supply for the motor, and the 2 bolts, and 2 nuts that hold the regulator to the door.
Remove the inside, and outside seal strips that are at the base of the window when its closed. Do this with the window all the way down, it is easier. Try not to bend them too much. They are held in by 4 spring clips each.
Now the window can be slopped around insode the door a bit. The goal here is to move the regulator around until you can get the 2 plastic wheels on the regulator out of the channel at the bottom of the window. Once you have done that, you can raise the window by hand out of your way. Make sure you have a clamp, or someway to secure the window so it does not fall down by itself.
Now you can lift up on the regultor, and move it towards the front of the van to expose the 3 black bolts that hold the motor to the regulator.
drill a hole in the gold plate beside the spring. then through that hole, run a self tapping screw into the gear. Make sure its not too close to the edge of the gear.... once that is fdone, go ahead and remove those 3 bolts, and take out the motor.
You will have to swap the bracket from your old motor to the new one. Rebuilt ones come with the screws to put the 2 together, but you may have to drill the rivits out to get the backet off the old motor...
Once the bracket is installed to the new motor, swap some grease off the old motor to the gear on the new one, and then start the reassembly. The hardest part of the reasssembly is realigning the window to get the 2 plastic wheels on the regulator back into the channel at the bottom of the window......try, and they try again..... I go the front one in first, then usedt he motor to raise the regulator almost to the top, and go the rear wheel into the hole in the center of the channel.....
Don't forget to remove the self tapping screw before trying to move the regulaotr....I did, and it sheared off that screw....no harm no foul, but it could have caused an issue....
Have fun, and don't rush.....its a crappy job...
remove your door panel there will be three screws holding it on. then you have to remove the screws holding your window to the regulator. then unbolt regulator and motor from door. Undo wiring going to motor.
Window motor and regulator are found inside of the door panel and may be bolted or riveted in. Should be bolted. Disconnect the window from regulator, take out reg. and motor, then disconnect regulator from motor, reconnect new motor to regulator, reattach those inside of the door, then reconnect the window to the regulator, put it together and see if it works.
First remove the door panel.Then remove the moisture barrier.Next remove the window motor from the window regulator.
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 back seat, remove screws bottom and top of panel, remove panel. remove 3 bolts and motor arm, window and regulator will pull out.
All you do is take off the door panel remove foam (plastic, rubber) weather guard & disconnect the wires for locks and window... remove speaker. There will be bolts (usually gold) . There are clamps holding the window to the regulator / motor loosen then pull window out through the top of door. When window is free just shimmy the regulator / motor out of the door on the bottom left side (there should be a decent hole to get it through...) once out put new regulator / motor in and place window in new clamps on regulator / motor tighten bolt back together and put panel back on....
Remove the door panel then the motor. The window regulator is spring loaded and there are sharp edges inside the doors so be careful.
the switch is on the door panel approx four inches from the window, this is the only switch that sends power to the window regulator motor (window motor).
Remove the window motor from regulator. This will free the window for movement.
Remove the door panel, (make sure that the regularor & motor is not bad), either jump the connectors to roll the window up or manually push the window up if the regulator is bad. If the regulator is bad, the window will slip back down. Regulator is $200 at the dealer and $200 for a new motor. Regulator & motor combined on Ebay is $90.
Lower window at least a couple of inches if possible. Remove interior door trim panel. Unplug anything at trim panel. Unplug window motor. Remove 2 bolts holding glass to regulator. Tilt window glass forward, then remove upward and outward from door. Remove 4 or seven bolts and/or nuts mounting regulator and motor to door frame. I think it's 4. Maneuver regulator out of door frame. If 4 in above step, remove 3 bolts mounting motor to regulator, otherwise you'll be replacing the whole regulator. Install by reversing above procedure.
It's not the easiest thing to do. After removing the door panel which is a quite a task itself, the old window motor and regulator are riveted to the door frame by four or five rivets. They have to be drilled out, then the regulator and motor can be moved out of the door. There are then four more rivets that hold the motor to the regulator which also have to be drilled out. Once you get the window motor off the regulator you can attach the new motor to the regulator with 1/4 inch bolts and nuts. Then the regulator gets reinstalled and fastened to the door frame also with 1/4 inch bolts and nuts. You can then reassemble the interior door panel and enjoy your working electric window. This whole process took me about 6 hours, including running to the hardware store for the nuts and bolts.
Disconnect the battery.Remove the door panelRemove the power window motorRemove the regulator spring.Move the window down a bit and remove the two 10MM nuts from the window.Twist the window spring stud counter-clockwise.Now you should be able to remove the window regulator.
its easy just take off the door panel, disconnect the wiring harness and take the screws out of the mount for the window motor and it comes rite out
It is best to replace entire regulator as one unit. Remove door panel. Remove bottom nut of regulator, and remove two top nuts of regulator. Loosen two bolts on bracket holding window. Support window, and carefully remove regulator as one unit.
Pretty easy... First, remove the interior door panel to access the motor and regulator. Unplug the motor connector. At the base of the window are two clips that hold the window to the regulator...remove them and pop the retainers out of the regulator mount. Raise the window and hold it in place with duct tape...two strips from front, over the top, to the back. Remove the bolts that hold the motor and regulator in place and remove the assembly. Installation is the reverse. Good luck!
first take of the door panel. Next you will see the window regulator. The there is going to be 4 bolts or so that you are going to need to take off, after that unhook the window. Then pull the whole window regulator out and replace the whole thing
IT IS MOUNTED BY RIVETS. YOU MUST DRILL THEM OUT
To remove the drivers side window and regulator, you will need to remove the door panel from the door. Then you can unbolt the regulator and window to remove them.
You would need to remove the window regulator, and the motor. Replace them both and drill a hold through your door panel where the crank will come out.
The panel where the regulator is detachable. You will be able to remove it very easily. When you remove the panel you will see the way how the regulator can be replaced.
REmove the door panel and clip the cables on the regulator.Here's how to remove a door panelhttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/uncategorized/remove-a-door-trim-panel-from-any-vehicle%E2%80%94-without-a-diagramHere's how to replace the regulator and clip the cablehttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/replace-a-power-window-regulator
First, lower window approximately half way. This allows you access to the bolts that attach window to the regulator. Remove door panel. Using a 10mm wrench, remove the two bolts that hold window to the regulator. Then there are two upper and two lower bolts holding the regulator to the door. Then you remove the three bolts for the window motor which is toward the front of the door. You have to also disconnect the plug for the windo motor to remove the entire window regulator and motr that are all one unit. Replace the unit in the reverse way.
Remove the door panel. Use a coat hanger or ty rap to secure the window in the up position. Disconnect the wiring from the motor. Remove the bolts that secure the glass to the regulator. Remove the regulator. Install motor on new regulator. Installation is the reverse procedure. 6 to 8 bolts in entire process. Good Luck. CAH
If you mean you are removing the window motor from the window regulator (the metal assembly that attach to the door panel and the window) then once you have the three screws removed, the motor pops off. HOWEVER, there is a spring that holds tension against the motor gear so the motor may not want to move; and, once you do remove the motor from the regulator the regalator will tend to snap shut, be careful. The motor may also have timing so you may need to put the motor back into the exact place you took it out of. That is, you need to mark where the gear teeth are on the regulator before you remove the motor from the regulator so it goes back into the same place.