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2000 honda civic: side power window..rubber..weather..the door panel

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The driver side power window of my 2000 honda civic will not close because the front part of the window is on the wrong side of the rubber weather strip. How do I take off the door panel to fix this problem?

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DOOR TRIM

Removal & Installation

Remove mirror mount cover.

Remove door grip cover and speaker cover.

Remove screws behind door grip cover and speaker cover (front).

Release clips holding door panel in place using a trim pad remover.

Remove door panel by pulling upward.

Disconnect electrical connectors.

To install, reverse removal procedure.

 

DOOR GLASS

Removal & Installation

1. Remove door panel. Remove plastic cover. Move glass to access bolts. Remove bolts, and pull glass out through window slot.

2. To install, reverse removal procedure. Ensure there is no clearance between glass and glass run channel when glass is closed. Adjust glass as necessary.

 

 

ADJUSTMENT

NOTE: On all models, make adjustments with vehicle on flat level surface. Check weather stripping for damage or deterioration. Remove door panel and plastic cover.

 

Civic (Sedan)

1. Raise glass fully. Loosen glass mounting bolts (front) or roller guide bolts and regulator mounting bolts. Push glass rearward (front door) or forward (rear door).

 

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Tighten glass mounting or roller guide bolts and regulator mounting bolts.

2. Loosen front channel mounting bolt (front door) or rear channel mounting bolt (rear door). Lower glass. Push front or rear channel against glass, then tighten mounting bolts. Repeat as necessary. Check for leaks using low pressure water.

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