replace driverside window motor

Asked by cinicle1 Jan 16, 2007 at 01:45 PM about the 1998 Toyota Camry XLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

after removing the door panel what do I need to do to replace the electric window motor

2 Answers

Hi Cinicle, First, if you are planning to remove the window motor you should invest in a chilton or haynes auto repair manual for precise instructions on how to replace your window motor. They are available at a number of websites and should costs between $20-$30. Removing the window motors involves removeing the door panel, disconnecting wiring, removing some screws, that should result in you being able to remove the old unit fairly easily. Next, attach your new window motor, reconnect the wiring, and reattach the door panel.

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