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  • avatar simpilot1 04/19/08 12:36 pm PST

    I'd suggest you buy a manual for the details. You have to remove the door trim to get inside. Also buy a door trim removal removal tool. A lot cheaper than damaging something, about $10.00.

    The motor is integral with the regulator. You buy the entire assembly as a unit. Here it is.

    Source: http://www2.partstrain.com/store/?N=959
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  • simpilot1 04/19/08 12:36 pm PST

    I'd suggest you buy a manual for the details. You have to remove the door trim to get inside. Also buy a door trim removal removal tool. A lot cheaper than damaging something, about $10.00.

    The motor is integral with the regulator. You buy the entire assembly as a unit. Here it is.

    Source: http://www2.partstrain.com/store/?N=959
    6...

  • bandit10 05/24/08 9:10 pm PST

    Remove door panel and press window button to see if there is power to the motor. If not you proberbly have to remove the motor, and on some GM cars there riveted into the metal. You'll drill tap the rivets out, the motor will come out and you'll use replace the hardware to fit back in it's normal position. {Bolts}

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