How to Pull a Honda Window Regulator and Motor

1.Remove a Honda Accord Window Regulator and Motor

  1. Start by removing the inner door panel (included in guide below).
  2. Remove any other items screwed on to the door underneath the panel which may need a Philips head screwdriver or a 10 mm socket.
  3. Remove the plastic vapor barrier (peel it off) to get access to the fasteners for the window regulator.
  4. The window to move into position to access the fasteners.
  5. Use a battery with alligator clips and stick pins to power the window motor.
  6. Place the stick pins inside the window motor connector and place the alligator clips onto the stick pins to move the window. If nothing happens, swap the electrical connections.
  7. As you remove the fasteners to remove the glass, hold onto the glass so it doesn’t fall and break.
  8. Pull the window out of the door.
  9. Remove the three fasteners holding on the window motor.
  10. Remove two others right below the handle assembly.
  11. Remove two more fasteners towards the bottom of the door.
  12. Lift up on the regulator assembly and motor to free it from its mounts and pull from the door.

Suggested Tools

  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Flathead screwdriver
  • Wrench or socket set (10 mm wrench or socket)
  • Power tool and power tool battery* (bring multiple batteries just in case)
  • Alligator Clips
  • Stick Pins

*Please note: we don’t allow the use of car batteries to create power on the yard

2.How to Pull a Honda Accord Door Panel

  1. Remove the interior piece behind the side view mirror with a screwdriver.
  2. Remove the Philips head screw behind the inside door handle.
  3. Pull the door handle assembly forward.
  4. Use a Flathead screwdriver to pry the metal clip off of the back of the latch assemble.
  5. Disconnect the electrical connection from the door handle assembly.
  6. Remove the Philips head screw inside the door pull.
  7. Check the perimeter of the door panel for any other screws or plastic clips that need to be removed.
  8. Gently pull the bottom of the door panel away from the door and lift the entire panel up off of the door.
  9. Disconnect any remaining electric connections, such as the courtesy light, before you pull the panel completely off the door.

Suggested Tools

  • Phillips and Flathead screwdriver
  • Wrench or socket set

Part Pulling Guide Tool Tip Remove the part at home before you come to the yard – this way you’ll know what tools to bring.

3.How to Create Power on the Yard

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