The power windows can be operated only when the ignition switch is in the ON position. Operation of the windows is controlled by the main switch located in the master control panel, on the armrest of the driver's door. When the main switch is OFF, only the driver's door window can be opened and closed. When the main switch is ON, all door windows can be opened and closed by the driver, using the appropriate switch in the master control panel. The passenger windows can be opened by depressing the switch located on each passenger door panel.
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Regulator and Motor
See Figures 1, 2, 3 and 4
- Remove the trim panel.
- Remove the remote assembly, if so equipped.
- Remove the sealing cover.
- Remove the rear view mirror from the door.
- Remove the outer weatherstrip.
- Remove the inner stabilizer.
- Loosen the upper stopper bolt from the front of door and glass stoppers and move the door glass.
- Remove the upper stopper from the rear of the door.
- Remove the bolts which hold the glass holder to the regulator slider.
When removing bolts on the regulator slider, move the glass to a position where the bolts can be seen through the service hole. Make the position and tightening allowance of upper stopper bolts before removal. This will make adjustment after installation easy.
- Open the door, hold the door glass with both hands and pull it straight up from the door panel.
- Remove the wire clip (manual type only).
- Remove the regulator base plate and rail.
- Remove the regulator assembly through the service hole in the underside of the door.
- Disconnect the electrical connectors to the window motor. Unbolt the motor and remove it through the lower service hole in the underside of the door.
- Replace any worn or broken parts. Lubricate all sliding parts and reinstall.
- Installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten the base plate mounting bolts 4-7 ft. lbs. (5-9 Nm) and the rail mounting nut 7-13 ft. lbs. (10-18 Nm).