1.Remove a Honda Accord Window Regulator and Motor
- Start by removing the inner door panel (included in guide below).
- Remove any other items screwed on to the door underneath the panel which may need a Philips head screwdriver or a 10 mm socket.
- Remove the plastic vapor barrier (peel it off) to get access to the fasteners for the window regulator.
- The window to move into position to access the fasteners.
- Use a battery with alligator clips and stick pins to power the window motor.
- 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.
- As you remove the fasteners to remove the glass, hold onto the glass so it doesn’t fall and break.
- Pull the window out of the door.
- Remove the three fasteners holding on the window motor.
- Remove two others right below the handle assembly.
- Remove two more fasteners towards the bottom of the door.
- Lift up on the regulator assembly and motor to free it from its mounts and pull from the door.
- 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
- Remove the interior piece behind the side view mirror with a screwdriver.
- Remove the Philips head screw behind the inside door handle.
- Pull the door handle assembly forward.
- Use a Flathead screwdriver to pry the metal clip off of the back of the latch assemble.
- Disconnect the electrical connection from the door handle assembly.
- Remove the Philips head screw inside the door pull.
- Check the perimeter of the door panel for any other screws or plastic clips that need to be removed.
- Gently pull the bottom of the door panel away from the door and lift the entire panel up off of the door.
- Disconnect any remaining electric connections, such as the courtesy light, before you pull the panel completely off the door.
- Phillips and Flathead screwdriver
- Wrench or socket set
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