WINDOW MOTOR REPLACEMENT
1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo • 6 cylinder FWD Automatic • 150,000 miles
How do I replace the driver's side power window motor on a 1999 Chevrolt Monte Carlo LS? I already have the door panel off and new replacement motor, but I need instructions from this point forward so I don't damage the door or window, or the window spring. Thank You.
November 27, 2010.
November 27, 2010.
1. Remove the front door trim panel.
2. Remove the water deflector.
3. Remove the inner energy absorber pad.
4. Remove the window. See SIDE DOOR WINDOW .
5. Disconnect the electrical connector.
6. Remove the window regulator bolts (2). See Fig. 29 .
7. Remove the window regulator cam nut.
8. Remove the rivets (2).
9. Remove the window regulator cam bolt.
10. Remove the regulator (1).
1. Position the regulator (4) by inserting the bottom through the access opening.
2. Rotate the top through the opening while lowering the regulator in order to clear the top of the access opening.
3. Align the holes in the door inner panel.
4. Install the door window regulator bolts (2). Tighten the bolts to 89 INCH Lbs. (10 N.m). See Fig. 29 .
5. Install the upper left rivet.
6. Install the lower right rivet.
7. Install the door window regulator cam bolt. Tighten the nut to 89 INCH Lbs. (10 N.m).
8. Connect the electrical connector, if equipped.
9. Install the window. See SIDE DOOR WINDOW .
10. Install the water deflector.
11. Install the energy absorber pad (coupe only).
12. Install the trim panel.
WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR
NOTE: Use the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement
fasteners must be the correct part number for that application. Fasteners requiring replacement or fasteners requiring the use of
thread locking compound or sealant are identified in the service procedure. Do not use paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on
fasteners or fastener joint surfaces unless specified. These coatings affect fastener torque and joint clamping force and may damage the
NOTE: The window regulator motor may be installed with the regulator in any position.
1. Remove the window regulator. See WINDOW REGULATOR .
2. Remove the window regulator motor bolts.
3. Remove the window regulator motor from regulator.
1. Install the window regulator motor to the regulator.
2. Install the window regulator motor bolts. Tighten the window regulator motor bolts to 89 INCH Lbs. (10 N.m).
3. Install the window regulator. See WINDOW REGULATOR .
SIDE DOOR WINDOW
1. Remove the trim panel.
2. Remove the energy absorber pad (coupe only).
3. Remove the water deflector.
4. Remove the inner belt sealing strip.
5. Remove the outer belt sealing strip.
6. Remove the window (1) from the regulator. See Fig. 24 .
7. Remove the window.
8. Remove the window weatherstrip bolts.
9. Remove the rivets (5).
10. Remove the clip insulators (2), as needed.
1. Position the window (1) between the inner and the outer panels. See
Fig. 24 .
2. Point the lower front corner of the window down.
3. Pass the window through the belt opening. Aligning the edges with the door window channel.
4. Turn the window to the horizontal position. Align the holes in the window with the holes in the regulator clip. Install the rivets (5).
5. Install front door opening weatherstrip.
6. Install the outer belt sealing strip.
7. Install the inner belt sealing strip.
8. Install the water deflector.
9. Install the energy absorber pad (coupe only).
10. Install the trim panel.
Nov 28, 2010.
Nov 28, 2010.
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