Looking for instructions how to install rear driver's side window motor?

After door panel is removed are there any special instructions other than unplug old motor, remove three screws, pull motor and reverse procedure and install new
motor?
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The exact procedure will depend on the design of the window lift mechanism. What year and model vehicle do you have?
On Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:18:02 PM UTC-4, Bruce wrote:

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replying to hyundaitech , Bruce wrote:

What year and model vehicle do you have?
I have a Hyundai 2007 Santa Fe. In 2011 I took the vehicle to Hyundai dealer where I purchased vehicle and they quoted me $902.00 to replace rear window switch. That's correct. I didn't have it fixed. I replaced the switch the other day and it did not fix the issue. I took the vehicle back for an airbag recall and they told me the window motor was defective and wanted $302 for the motor alone. I ordered one on line 2 days ago for $65. Since I now know how to get the rear panel off, I'm hoping the motor replacement is fairly simple. Thanks for your assistance.
Bruce Nixon
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On Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:18:01 PM UTC-4, Bruce wrote:

The motor assembly simply bolts onto the regulator frame. Once you've got the door panel off, you should be able to simply unplug the motor, remove the three screws holding it in place, and pull it off.
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replying to hyundaitech , Bruce wrote:

the door panel off, you should be able to simply unplug the motor, remove the three screws holding it in place, and pull it off.
Great. Thank you so much for your reply. This certainly helps me.
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