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Old 12 Jun 2006, 11:05 am
rick
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Default 2000 CRV Door panel removal

Has anyone removed the drivers door panel on a 2000 CRV. The window was
stuck
half way down with the motor running. i would like to removed the panel
myself
so I could diagnose the problem.

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Old 12 Jun 2006, 01:36 pm
'Curly Q. Links'
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Default Re: 2000 CRV Door panel removal

rick wrote:
>
> Has anyone removed the drivers door panel on a 2000 CRV. The window was
> stuck
> half way down with the motor running. i would like to removed the panel
> myself
> so I could diagnose the problem.



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Install sheets for the 'tweeter kit' will help you remove the door
panel:

http://www.hondasuv.com/pdf/crv/firs...tweeterkit.pdf

You've probably broken the tiny plastic lever that attaches to the
solonoid in the DOWN switch and it's jamming. Disassembly of the switch
is tricky, but the price of a new switch panel is over $300 IIRC. You'll
lose (you've probably lost) your 'auto-down' feature too.

'Curly'
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Old 12 Jun 2006, 01:50 pm
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Default Re: 2000 CRV Door panel removal

Thank you. I hope to look at the problem tonight. The diagram you sent
looks pretty straight forward.Hope I find something simple.
Thanks again.


'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> rick wrote:
> >
> > Has anyone removed the drivers door panel on a 2000 CRV. The window was
> > stuck
> > half way down with the motor running. i would like to removed the panel
> > myself
> > so I could diagnose the problem.

>
>
> ---------------------------------------------
>
> Install sheets for the 'tweeter kit' will help you remove the door
> panel:
>
> http://www.hondasuv.com/pdf/crv/firs...tweeterkit.pdf
>
> You've probably broken the tiny plastic lever that attaches to the
> solonoid in the DOWN switch and it's jamming. Disassembly of the switch
> is tricky, but the price of a new switch panel is over $300 IIRC. You'll
> lose (you've probably lost) your 'auto-down' feature too.
>
> 'Curly'


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Old 12 Jun 2006, 10:19 pm
'Curly Q. Links'
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rick wrote:
>
> Thank you. I hope to look at the problem tonight. The diagram you sent
> looks pretty straight forward.Hope I find something simple.
> Thanks again.
>
> 'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> > rick wrote:
> > >
> > > Has anyone removed the drivers door panel on a 2000 CRV. The window was
> > > stuck
> > > half way down with the motor running. i would like to removed the panel
> > > myself
> > > so I could diagnose the problem.

> >
> >
> > ---------------------------------------------
> >
> > Install sheets for the 'tweeter kit' will help you remove the door
> > panel:
> >
> > http://www.hondasuv.com/pdf/crv/firs...tweeterkit.pdf
> >
> > You've probably broken the tiny plastic lever that attaches to the
> > solonoid in the DOWN switch and it's jamming. Disassembly of the switch
> > is tricky, but the price of a new switch panel is over $300 IIRC. You'll
> > lose (you've probably lost) your 'auto-down' feature too.
> >
> > 'Curly'


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I was hinting that your DOWN switch (on the dash) is broken because the
little plastic lever (internal) has jammed itself against the solonoid
(which interrupts the auto-down). Probably has nothing to do with
removing the door panel. HOWEVER . . It may also be that the window is
stuck half-way down because one of the big screws has backed part-way
out. Similar to this TSB:
http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/tsb/crv/x98-030e.pdf

See also www.slhondaparts.com for more exploded view diagrams.

'Curly'
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Old 21 Jun 2006, 10:39 pm
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'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> rick wrote:
> >
> > Thank you. I hope to look at the problem tonight. The diagram you sent
> > looks pretty straight forward.Hope I find something simple.
> > Thanks again.
> >
> > 'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> > > rick wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Has anyone removed the drivers door panel on a 2000 CRV. The window was
> > > > stuck
> > > > half way down with the motor running. i would like to removed the panel
> > > > myself
> > > > so I could diagnose the problem.
> > >
> > >
> > > ---------------------------------------------
> > >
> > > Install sheets for the 'tweeter kit' will help you remove the door
> > > panel:
> > >
> > > http://www.hondasuv.com/pdf/crv/firs...tweeterkit.pdf
> > >
> > > You've probably broken the tiny plastic lever that attaches to the
> > > solonoid in the DOWN switch and it's jamming. Disassembly of the switch
> > > is tricky, but the price of a new switch panel is over $300 IIRC. You'll
> > > lose (you've probably lost) your 'auto-down' feature too.
> > >
> > > 'Curly'

>
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> I was hinting that your DOWN switch (on the dash) is broken because the
> little plastic lever (internal) has jammed itself against the solonoid
> (which interrupts the auto-down). Probably has nothing to do with
> removing the door panel. HOWEVER . . It may also be that the window is
> stuck half-way down because one of the big screws has backed part-way
> out. Similar to this TSB:
> http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/tsb/crv/x98-030e.pdf
>
> See also www.slhondaparts.com for more exploded view diagrams.
>
> 'Curly'


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Old 21 Jun 2006, 10:45 pm
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I finally got the CRV from my daughter to work on. After the good
instructions and the door skin removed I found the motor barely hanging
on by 1 of 4 bolts. The sheet metal was somewhat damaged where the
bolts went thru. After getting all 4 lined up and the
window in track it was a success. It just seems now that the window
seems to go up
really tight. I was wondering if there is some adjustment.
Thanks again.



'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> rick wrote:
> >
> > Thank you. I hope to look at the problem tonight. The diagram you sent
> > looks pretty straight forward.Hope I find something simple.
> > Thanks again.
> >
> > 'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> > > rick wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Has anyone removed the drivers door panel on a 2000 CRV. The window was
> > > > stuck
> > > > half way down with the motor running. i would like to removed the panel
> > > > myself
> > > > so I could diagnose the problem.
> > >
> > >
> > > ---------------------------------------------
> > >
> > > Install sheets for the 'tweeter kit' will help you remove the door
> > > panel:
> > >
> > > http://www.hondasuv.com/pdf/crv/firs...tweeterkit.pdf
> > >
> > > You've probably broken the tiny plastic lever that attaches to the
> > > solonoid in the DOWN switch and it's jamming. Disassembly of the switch
> > > is tricky, but the price of a new switch panel is over $300 IIRC. You'll
> > > lose (you've probably lost) your 'auto-down' feature too.
> > >
> > > 'Curly'

>
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> I was hinting that your DOWN switch (on the dash) is broken because the
> little plastic lever (internal) has jammed itself against the solonoid
> (which interrupts the auto-down). Probably has nothing to do with
> removing the door panel. HOWEVER . . It may also be that the window is
> stuck half-way down because one of the big screws has backed part-way
> out. Similar to this TSB:
> http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/tsb/crv/x98-030e.pdf
>
> See also www.slhondaparts.com for more exploded view diagrams.
>
> 'Curly'


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Old 22 Jun 2006, 06:34 pm
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Default Re: 2000 CRV Door panel removal

"rick" <rick0068@charter.net> wrote in message
news:1150944317.923001.12580@b68g2000cwa.googlegro ups.com...
>I finally got the CRV from my daughter to work on. After the good
> instructions and the door skin removed I found the motor barely hanging
> on by 1 of 4 bolts. The sheet metal was somewhat damaged where the
> bolts went thru. After getting all 4 lined up and the
> window in track it was a success. It just seems now that the window
> seems to go up
> really tight. I was wondering if there is some adjustment.
> Thanks again.
>

If the door panel is still off, try loosening and retightening the mounting
bolts when the window is in the "up" position. I haven't had Hondas bind,
but our old Dodge (shudder!) was really bad about it. Otherwise, spraying
the channel with silicone spray is popular.

Mike


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Old 22 Jun 2006, 08:22 pm
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Michael Pardee wrote:
> "rick" <rick0068@charter.net> wrote in message
> news:1150944317.923001.12580@b68g2000cwa.googlegro ups.com...
> >I finally got the CRV from my daughter to work on. After the good
> > instructions and the door skin removed I found the motor barely hanging
> > on by 1 of 4 bolts. The sheet metal was somewhat damaged where the
> > bolts went thru. After getting all 4 lined up and the
> > window in track it was a success. It just seems now that the window
> > seems to go up
> > really tight. I was wondering if there is some adjustment.
> > Thanks again.
> >

> If the door panel is still off, try loosening and retightening the mounting
> bolts when the window is in the "up" position. I haven't had Hondas bind,
> but our old Dodge (shudder!) was really bad about it. Otherwise, spraying
> the channel with silicone spray is popular.
>
> Mike


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Old 22 Jun 2006, 08:23 pm
rick
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Default Re: 2000 CRV Door panel removal

Thanks, that's a good idea.



Michael Pardee wrote:
> "rick" <rick0068@charter.net> wrote in message
> news:1150944317.923001.12580@b68g2000cwa.googlegro ups.com...
> >I finally got the CRV from my daughter to work on. After the good
> > instructions and the door skin removed I found the motor barely hanging
> > on by 1 of 4 bolts. The sheet metal was somewhat damaged where the
> > bolts went thru. After getting all 4 lined up and the
> > window in track it was a success. It just seems now that the window
> > seems to go up
> > really tight. I was wondering if there is some adjustment.
> > Thanks again.
> >

> If the door panel is still off, try loosening and retightening the mounting
> bolts when the window is in the "up" position. I haven't had Hondas bind,
> but our old Dodge (shudder!) was really bad about it. Otherwise, spraying
> the channel with silicone spray is popular.
>
> Mike


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