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Old 27 Jul 2004, 10:51 pm
GaryH
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Default How difficult is it to change out rear power window motor (94 Accord)?

I don't want to start this project if I can't finish it. Is it doable with
destroying my
rear side door paneling. Any idea what a new motor costs?
Thanks.


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Old 28 Jul 2004, 10:29 am
Scott McKernon
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Default Re: How difficult is it to change out rear power window motor (94 Accord)?

The window motor replacement can be done by most with some mechanical
ability
in an hour or so. It helps to have a set of tools for removing door panels.
The rest can be done with a 1/4" ratchet set.

I sell the window motor and regulator assy for around $100.00 wholesale. I
don't believe
you can get just a motor. There are several different numbers available
depending on body
style. You should be able to pick one up from your local import parts
specialist. I would also
recommend getting a copy of the Haynes service manual. It can be very
helpful.

Good luck,

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Olympic Auto Parts
9136 Gaither Rd
Gaithersburg, MD 20874
1-800-472-9360
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> I don't want to start this project if I can't finish it. Is it doable with
> destroying my
> rear side door paneling. Any idea what a new motor costs?
> Thanks.
>
>



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Old 02 Aug 2004, 11:10 am
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Default Re: How difficult is it to change out rear power window motor (94 Accord)?

Are you certain that it is the motor? Mine was the ABS plastic piece that
the cables attached to and the glass sat down in. It had become distorted
and broken. a Philips and a 10mm will get you into the door (at least in my
wife's '95). A heat gun and some epoxy fixed the plastic part and all is
well....

DGB

tip: remove motor and track assembly from the door. Take the black rubber
piece away from the pulley and hook up the cables. Then slide the top cable
over the pulley and replace the black rubber keeper. Then re-install the
track assm. and motor.


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> I don't want to start this project if I can't finish it. Is it doable with
> destroying my
> rear side door paneling. Any idea what a new motor costs?
> Thanks.
>
>



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