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Old 10-22-2011, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default How do you force pass. window up '93 accord

My passenger window wont go all the way up, the motor is bad. its down about 1/4-1/2 an inch and rain is getting in. whats the easiest way to force that window up, or what to seal with. thanks
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Default Re: How do you force pass. window up '93 accord

Just put both your palms on the window and have someone push the "up" switch on the door and push it up. Or just push it up, push the button and work your way up. Most Accords do that.
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Default Re: How do you force pass. window up '93 accord

I just tried that, the window button doesnt do anything when pushed. im putting all my strength into it and trying to get the window up and it wont. im trying to avoid turning this into a huge project. thanks for your input
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Default Re: How do you force pass. window up '93 accord

take the door panel off and remove window regulator motor (it has three bolts holding it into the door panel) and then unbolt the regulator (it is the bracket assembly that the motor drives) from the window and ... there u go. slide the window up and figure out how to make it stay up (any way u can)
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Default Re: How do you force pass. window up '93 accord

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take the door panel off and remove window regulator motor (it has three bolts holding it into the door panel) and then unbolt the regulator (it is the bracket assembly that the motor drives) from the window and ... there u go. slide the window up and figure out how to make it stay up (any way u can)
I've wedged PVC pipe, pieces of wood... whatever i had laying around that was the right hieght inside the door to hold the window shut for a few days while waiting for parts to ship. Used some loops of duct tape or zip ties to secure it and keep it from slipping out while going down the road.
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