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Old 11-12-2007, 05:47 PM
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Power window motors

Anybody know how to get power window motors out of a 84 chevy truck? i dont know where to start.. thanks

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Old 11-13-2007, 10:38 AM
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Hi you haven't gotten any answers yet, so I'm going to move this thread to General Rodding Tech.

Obviously you need to remove the door panels first to get at the motors. After that, it is more or less common sense. The motors can be mounted on bolt in brackets, or attached other ways. I'm sure someone will know this specific truck. Good Luck.

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Yeah i have the panels off and stuff.. I just dont know where to start with the motors,, i cant see in there as to what to take loose,, or if i have to take the whole window track and everything out or what.. I only see 3 bolts accessible on the outside of the door,, i took the one bolt out, and loosened to other two nuts and it didnt seem to accomplish anything. Im going to be getting the truck painted,, and one of the motors is messed up anyway,, so i dont know if i need to strip the whole door of everything or not..
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I could be mistaken ... but on the GM trucks of that vintage I have dealt with ... the power window motors were riveted in ... yours may have bolts if they have been replaced.
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they have been replaced once at a shop.. But i would rather do it myself if i can. I just dont know how to get em out.
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wish I could be of some help here , but the one time I messed w power window motors , I swore I'd rather tack weld with my forehead than ever do that again...
my mind must have shut out the bad memories , cause I'm drawing a blank. it was kinda like birthing a mechanical cow , though.....
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