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Titan: followup on power window - I need more info on how

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followup on power window -
I need more info on how to raise the glass in order to remove the motor
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Nissan
Expert:  Tim's Auto Repair replied 1 year ago.

tims auto repair :

hi

tims auto repair :

please explain

Customer:

Goodday -

Customer:

I had an issue resolved = window motor needs replacing

tims auto repair :

you are replacing the complete regulator ..right

tims auto repair :

?

tims auto repair :

with the cables

Customer:

how to raise the glass in order to remove the motor was not explained

Customer:

the regulator is what I need clarified I guess

tims auto repair :

ok

Customer:

I see a bar behind the motor with screws top and bottom

tims auto repair :

the regulator is the complete unit

Customer:

Please explain or can you provide a link to an image?

tims auto repair :

the cables will fray sometimes and cause you trouble

Customer:

i can feel the cables, they don't seem frayed

tims auto repair :

it is best to replace the complete unit

tims auto repair :

FRONT DOOR GLASS AND REGULATOR

Removal and Installation (With Manual Windows)








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REMOVAL
1. Remove the front door finisher.
2. Remove the front door speaker.
3. Remove the hole cover over rear glass mounting bolt.
4. Operate the window handle to raise/lower the door window until the glass mounting bolts can be seen.
5. Remove the inside seal.
6. Remove the glass mounting bolts.








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7. While holding the door window, raise it at the rear end to pull the glass out of the sash toward the outside of the door.
8. Remove the mounting bolts, and remove the regulator assembly.

INSTALLATION
1. Install the regulator assembly.
2. Install the glass from outside to insure that it is in both the front and rear glass channels. Tighten glass mounting bolts to the specified torque.

Glass mounting bolts : 6.1 Nm (0.62 kg-m, 54 in-lb)

3. Install front door speaker.
4. Install door finisher.

Removal and Installation (With Power Windows)








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REMOVAL
1. Remove the front door finisher.
2. Remove the front door speaker.
3. Remove the hole cover over rear glass mounting bolt.
4. Operate the power window main switch to raise/lower the door window until the glass mounting bolts can be seen.
5. Remove the inside seal.
6. Remove the glass mounting bolts.








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7. While holding the door window, raise it at the rear end to pull the glass out of the sash toward the outside of the door.
8. Disconnect the harness connector for the regulator assembly.
9. Remove the mounting bolts, and remove the regulator assembly.

SETTING AFTER INSTALLATION

Setting of Limit Switch
If any of the following work has been done, set the limit switch (integrated in the motor).
- Removal and installation of the regulator.
- Removal and installation of the motor from the regulator.
- Removal and installation of the glass.
- Removal and installation of the glass run.

Resetting
After installing each component to the vehicle, perform the following procedure to reset the limit switch.
1. Raise the glass to the top dead center position.
2. While pressing and holding the reset switch, lower the glass to the bottom dead center position.








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3. Release the reset switch. Verify that the reset switch returns to the original position, and then raises the glass to the top dead center position.

CAUTION: Do not operate the glass automatically to raise the glass to the top dead center position.

Customer:

good, Tim I'll review this and appreciate the full imagry

tims auto repair :

you are welcome

tims auto repair :

sense you are replacing the complete unit\

tims auto repair :

if the old cable gives you trouble

Customer:

wait, the data is for manual windows.

tims auto repair :

as for raising the glass

Customer:

i just want to raise the power window glass in order to remove and replace the motor

Customer:

i don't want/need to replace the regulator

tims auto repair :

stand by

Customer:

you wrote

Customer:

tims auto repair says:

5:05 PM



as for raising the glass


Customer:

meaning the method to raise the glass is the same, motor or not??

tims auto repair :

NISSAN; WINDOW REGULATOR/MOTOR SERVICE

APPLIED VEHICLES:
All Nissan

APPLIED DATES:
1995 to current date

SERVICE INFORMATION

If you should need to service the window regulator or motor on an Applied model, removing the door window is no longer needed.








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See the chart to find out which revised service procedure in this bulletin applies to the vehicle you are working on.

Removal and Installation of Regulator Assembly

NOTE:
These procedures are typical way for each type. The procedures differ according to model, so refer to Service Manual for more detail.

If you also remove door glass, refer to Service Manual for procedures.

TYPE-A: DOOR SASH + SEALING SCREEN TYPE (FR/RR)

1. Remove the door finisher assembly.

2. Remove the sealing screen and the door speaker (if equipped).








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3. Operate the power window main switch to raise/lower the door glass until the glass mounting bolts can be seen.

4. Remove the glass mounting bolts.








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5. Raise up the door glass and hold with a suction lifter.

6. Remove the mounting bolts, and remove regulator assembly.








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7. Disassemble the power window motor from the regulator.

NOTE:
These procedures are typical way for each type. The procedures differ according to model, so refer to Service Manual for more detail.

If you also remove door glass, refer to Service Manual for procedures.

TYPE-B: DOOR SASH + MODULE (FR)/FRAME (RR) TYPE

1. Remove the door finisher assembly.

2. Remove the door speaker (front door).

3. Remove the frame assembly (rear door).








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4. Operate the power window main switch to raise/lower the door glass until the glass mounting bolts can be seen.

5. Remove the glass mounting bolts.








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6. Raise up the door glass and hold with a suction lifter.

7. Remove the mounting bolts, and remove the module assembly (front door).








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8. Remove the door regulator assembly.

9. Disassemble the power window motor from the regulator.

NOTE:
These procedures are typical way for each type. The procedures differ according to model, so refer to Service Manual for more detail.

If you also remove door glass, refer to Service Manual for procedures.

TYPE-C: DOOR SASHLESS + SEALING SCREEN TYPE (FR/RR)

1. Remove the door finisher assembly.

2. Remove the sealing screen and the door speaker (if equipped).

3. Operate the power window main switch to raise/lower the door glass until the glass mounting nuts can be seen.








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4. Remove the glass mounting nuts.








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5. Raise up the door glass and hold with a suction lifter.

6. Remove the mounting bolts, and remove the regulator assembly.








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7. Disassemble the power window motor from the regulator.

NOTE:
These procedures are typical way for each type. The procedures differ according to model, so refer to Service Manual for more detail.

If you also remove door glass, refer to Service Manual for procedures.

TYPE-D: DOOR SASHLESS + MODULE TYPE (FR)

1. Remove the door finisher assembly.

2. Remove the harness connector and the door speaker (if equipped).

3. Operate the power window main switch to raise/lower the door glass until the glass mounting bolts can be seen.








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4. Remove the glass mounting bolts.








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5. Raise up the door glass and hold with a suction lifter.








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6. Remove the mounting bolts, and remove the module assembly.

7. Remove the door regulator assembly from the module assembly.

8. Remove the power window motor from the regulator.

Customer:

I'm going low blood sugar i guess.

Customer:

does all this get repeated on my email?

tims auto repair :

no

tims auto repair :

it will always be here

tims auto repair :

just sign in and go to this question

tims auto repair :

i gave you info on removing the glass on the manual and electric

tims auto repair :

Removal and Installation (With Power Windows)








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REMOVAL
1. Remove the front door finisher.
2. Remove the front door speaker.
3. Remove the hole cover over rear glass mounting bolt.
4. Operate the power window main switch to raise/lower the door window until the glass mounting bolts can be seen.
5. Remove the inside seal.
6. Remove the glass mounting bolts.








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7. While holding the door window, raise it at the rear end to pull the glass out of the sash toward the outside of the door.
8. Disconnect the harness connector for the regulator assembly.
9. Remove the mounting bolts, and remove the regulator assembly.

SETTING AFTER INSTALLATION

Setting of Limit Switch
If any of the following work has been done, set the limit switch (integrated in the motor).
- Removal and installation of the regulator.
- Removal and installation of the motor from the regulator.
- Removal and installation of the glass.
- Removal and installation of the glass run.

Resetting
After installing each component to the vehicle, perform the following procedure to reset the limit switch.
1. Raise the glass to the top dead center position.
2. While pressing and holding the reset switch, lower the glass to the bottom dead center position.








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3. Release the reset switch. Verify that the reset switch returns to the original position, and then raises the glass to the top dead center position.

CAUTION: Do not operate the glass automatically to raise the glass to the top dead center position.

tims auto repair :



Customer:

so undo the 4 bolts on the 2 bars and lift the glass?

tims auto repair :

yes

tims auto repair :

be carfull not to break it

Customer:

okay, the glass is up so i can access the motor for replacement

Customer:

but nothing is keeping it up, it would slide down on it's own

Customer:

hello

tims auto repair :

fold up a piece of cardboard and push it down between the window and the frame

tims auto repair :

this will bind the glass and hold it up

Customer:

roger that. Then, with a new motor, the details will apply on installing and providing the tension again, i guess

tims auto repair :

yes

Customer:

and you say I can sign back on for the drawings later

tims auto repair :

yes..

Customer:

sorry, this site is all new to me today

tims auto repair :

or if you can,,save them to your computer

Customer:

and your help is covered by my payment for the first question asked?

tims auto repair :

i really dont know how that works

Customer:

will 'save and exit' save the drawings to my computer?

tims auto repair :

i only get a commission if you rate my answer with a positive rating

Customer:

no problem there, tim

tims auto repair :

right click the image

tims auto repair :

and go to save image as

tims auto repair :

that may or may not work

Customer:

okay. good on you. I'm pooped and the window's up, enough for today

tims auto repair :

but yes,,you can sign in and go to this question..it will be here

tims auto repair :

yes

tims auto repair :

you will get it

tims auto repair :

thanks

tims auto repair :



Customer:

fine, a big smiley coming your way. If nothing more from your end I'm out.

tims auto repair :

thats it

tims auto repair :

have a good night

tims auto repair :



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