I have succesfully removed the door trim panel and the water guard on my
1997 Blazer 4x4. I have drilled out the rivets that were holding the
windows regulator and the motor. However, I cannot get the regulator
free from the window rails. Is there a special trick for this? Has
anybody done this here before? I would really appreciate the help...
Thanks, but I was able to get the job done without taking the regulator
out. They certainly make it look easy in the link, but I don't believe
that the regulator will come out without actually removing the motor
first. In my case, I was trying to replace the window motor, so I just
removed the motor after I stabilized the gear. If I were to do this job
again, I would not even touch he regulator rivets. I would simply drill
out the rivets of the motor after stabilizing the gear (the spring can
create 40 ft.lb of torque!). It really easy an easy job, but I had the
wrong instructions from Haynes manual. The instructions in the link did
not help, either. I hope someone gets a benefit from my experience after
reading what I have done.
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