There is a "C" clip behind the handle that has to be removed. Your local auto parts store can sell you a simple tool to remove that clip for less than $10.
You have to pry the clip out of the slot behind the handle
I just pulled mine off there are no screws
I'm assuming you are talking about the interior handle possibly the manual window handle. If so, you need to push on the area surrounding the handle to expose a small clip. use a standard screw driver to push the horsehoe looking clip to remove the manual window handle. To remove the arm rest there are two hex screws on either side..they are somewhat hard to find. You can then take steps to remove the inner door moulding.
To take the window handle off of the 2005 Kia Spectra, you will first need to remove the interior door panel. This panel pries off of the vehicle using a flat screwdriver or a prying tool. Then, access the door handle by removing its cover and then remove the screw at the center of the handle.
Most window handles are either held on with a screw or a clip. Your has a clip and you need a window handle removal tool to get the clip off. They are inexpensive and most auto parts stores sell them.
it is a 97 saturn There is a very small clip holding the window handle on. A special tool is required for removal.
just pops off after removing the window handle, if manual, and some screws for the armrest and maybe the door trim side of window.
the window handle is held on with a c shaped ring that is placed on the handle then pushed onto a splined rod with a recess in it to hold it on there is a tool for this but usually it can be pushed off the handle with a screw driver placed between the door panel and the handle the hard part is seeing it to push on one or both ends of the "c" ring to reinstall you simply put it on first then push it in as for the window falling off you won't know what caused it till you get a look at it
lock located between the panel and handle. take small screwdriver to pry gap between back of handle and panel. then take another screwdriver push the silver lock ring off the shaft . then handle should slide off
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.
There is a clip behind the handle. You remove the clip and the handle comes off, just remember they are a bear to put back on with out the handle removal tool.
They pop off. You use a screwdriver or some type of panel removing tool.
i truly believe there is a wire clip right behind the handle just pull handle alittle bit and look downward and u should see it,take it off with reg.screwdriver and the handle pulls right off after the clip is off
Remove the door handle and window crank (if manual windows) with a good quality door handle removal tool - C-clip is open in the direction of the handles. Then take off the arm rest and all the screws around the edges. Then lift the panel up and off - and viola.
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
You will need to remove the inside door panel. Remove the door handle retaining screws. Remove the linkage from the back of the door handle.
youll have to open up the door take off the covering find you problem either line it up again or you might need a new part
Yes, there is a manual to fix a Honda Accord window being off track. A person can obtain this maintenance manual, it is will give direction on how to fix the windows.
If you push the door panel in and look behind the handle you will see a small clip push it off with a small screw driver. It will be a little tricky but it will come off. When you get ready to put handle back on you will need to put the clip in the handle groove first then push the handle onto the shaft.
the window handle has a cover over it, you should be able to pop the cover off and there is a screw right there to take the actual handle off. Seems like late 70s and 80s models (maybe more) had spring clips in the back of the window crank handles. You have to slip a slotted screwdriver in behind the hub of the handle, into a slot which will release tension on the spring clip. Then, holding pressure on the clip, you can slide the handle off it's splined shaft.
You do it from inside the door. Take the door panel off, roll the window up, and go to town.
its has like a safety pin in the handle where u roll down the window you have to pop off with a flat head screwier driver
How do you remove the manual window cranThere should be an Allen type set-screw in the base of the handle. It will be recessed, and you'll have to turn the crank to access it more easily. Remove the setscrew, and the handle slips off of the stud. If the window is down, and it begins to rain, you can roll the window up by holding it onto the stud, and turning, or you can use a small pair of vise grips. Just try not to damage the teeth on the stud.
behind the window crank handle, there is a horseshoe shaped pin, pop that pin off and the crank handle should pull right off.