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Old 08-09-2007, 11:08 AM   #1
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Default Replacing 98 Civic power window regulator?

The car already has power windows but the drivers side motor is starting to go. Is this just a simple swap type of install? I'm assuming I'd just remove any bolts/screws and slap a new one in place of the old one?
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Default Re: Replacing 98 Civic power window regulator? (loki2323)

have you bought a new one, how much was it?
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Default Re: Replacing 98 Civic power window regulator? (loki2323)

Coupe (2 door) or Sedan (4 door)?
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It's a coupe.

I haven't looked much, but they have some on fleabay for about $60 shipped
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Default Re: Replacing 98 Civic power window regulator? (loki2323)

Here is a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) which shows how the window regulator is.

http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq...e.pdf

You should check that the power window switch is okay before you replace the window regulator. Also, try cleaning the rubber channels with q-tips and rubber alcohol, and then apply silicone grease or spray to the rubber channels; this may help the windows go up and down easier.
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