Difficult to put current motor in new window regulator and install in door?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by New At This, Aug 26, 2006.

  1. New At This

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    I've located the source of a problem I'm having with the driver's side
    window of my 96 Civic HX. Three teeth in the large, crescent-shaped,
    double-sided gear
    that's part of the window regulator are fully or partially stripped.
    The regulator motor seems fine.

    I can get a new regulator MINUS motor for about $85 (though they quoted
    me $51 two days ago...).

    It starts to look like I have to take off the current regulator, remove
    the motor from it, install it in a new regulator, and reinstall the
    regulator in the door. But...I have no real idea what I'm getting
    myself into. My Clymer manual sure doesn't cover it. I have the door
    panel off, but the regulator seems set in away from the four or five
    openings in the inner side of the door. I want to say "How hard can it
    be?"; but I haven't even located the bolts that secure the regulator to
    the door yet.

    Any ideas about difficulty level? Any hints or tips? And -- ideally --
    any instructions on how to proceed on this model (96 Civic HX coupe)?

    Any assistance appreciated; thanks.
    New At This, Aug 26, 2006
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