Toyota Tacoma 2002-06

Door Glass & Regulator

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Power Windows



Diagnosis & Testing


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Fig. Power window system schematic

Removal & Installation
Motor & Regulator
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
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  3. Pull off the snap ring with a cloth and remove the regulator handle and plate.
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  5. Remove the door inside handle as follows:
    1. Remove the screw and slide the handle forward.
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    3. Disconnect the handle from the control link and remove the handle.
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  7. Remove the door trim as follows:
    1. Remove the 2 caps and 2 screws.
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    3. Using a screwdriver, remove the door trim upward then disconnect the connectors.
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    5. Using a screwdriver, pry the forward of armrest panel and remove the panel.
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    7. Remove the 2 screws and tweeter speaker.
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    9. Disconnect the connector, remove the 5 screws and speaker.
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    11. Disconnect the wire harness and remove the 2 grommets and service hole cover.
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  9. Remove the cover and disconnect the power mirror connector.
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  11. Remove the 3 nuts and outer rear view mirror.
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  13. Using a screwdriver, remove the outer weatherstrip and 3 clips.
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  15. Remove the window run channel.
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  17. Open the door glass until the 2 bolts of the window glass appear in the service hole.
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  19. Remove the 2 bolts and door glass.
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  21. Remove the bolt, nut and front lower frame.
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  23. Remove the lower glass run channel.
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  25. Remove the bolt, nut, and rear lower frame.
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  27. Disconnect the connector and remove the 6 bolts and window regulator.
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  29. Separate the window motor from the window regulator.
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To install:

  1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
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  3. Tighten the regulator bolts to 5 Nm (43 inch lbs.).
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  5. Tighten the window glass bolts to (43 inch lbs.).
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