Take off the screws on the inner door handle, armrest cover, and the screw on the left side of the door panel.
Screws to be removed from the door panel.
Pry out the armrest cover and disconnect the cables connected to the window switch.
Press on the clips to unlock it from the door panel.
Remove the side mirror cover using a prying tool and pry out the edges of the door panel to unlock the tabs holding on to it. Take off the screws located on the armrest of the door panel.Hold up the door panel away from the door and disconnect the coded cables connected to the inner side of the door panel.
Remove the plastic cover on the door by simply cutting or pulling it out.
Remove the window. To access the bolts holding on to the window, connect the window switch back and line up the bolt to the hole on the door.Then remove the two 10mm bolts holding the window on the regulator and gently pull the window up to remove it.
Remove the 10mm bolts holding on to the door regulator motor. Then disconnect the cable connected to the motor. Use a socket wrench to remove the bolts.
The red arrows are the bolts that will be removed and the cable to be disconnected. Loosen the bolt pointed by the yellow arrow, do not remove the bolt.
Remove the door regulator motor.
Raise the door regulator motor and pull it out on the biggest hole on the door.
Install the new door regulator motor. Carry the door regulator motor back into the door and line it up to where the bolts will be installed. Then reinstall the bolts back in and connect the cable back to the motor.
Install the new window by sliding it down first and lining it up to the regulator.Then put the two bolts back into the regulator.
Once the window has been installed, connect the window switch back and test the door regulator motor.
Put the plastic cover back. If it doesn't hold, use glue to secure the plastic back on the door.
Reinstall the door panel, armrest cover, window switch, and side mirror cover by doing the procedures in reverse. Make sure that all the screws and cables are connected.
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