'96 Chevy Lumnia APV Power Window Motor

Just purchased replace power window motor for the driver side of my 1996 Chevrolet Lumina APV. The kit is complete with new screws, nuts, and what looks to be threaded pop rivets...
Easily got the panel off the door, disconnected the wiring, but what is the procedure for removing the existing threaded pop rivets AND how does one properly install the new ones?
Any assistance or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Stumped in Rochester, NY
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Drill out the old ones. Install the new ones with a rivet gun. This rivit gun may need to be huge.
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Like the other poster mentioned you drill out the original rivets. If you have a king size rivet gun you can install the new ones you have or use nuts, bolts and lock washers.
Good Luck
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