1.I think once you remove the window regulator
you should be able to see how the motor comes off of the regulator.Below is a link with some info as well as some instructions on removing the regulator.
REMOVE OR DISCONNECT
1. Trim panel and water deflector.
2. Regulator to door inner panel rivets using a 6.3 mm (1/4") drill bit. Punch out rivet centers, then perform drilling operation.
3. Lock actuator linkage.
4. Regulator guide and block assembly from lower sash channel by positioning window half way down, and pushing regulator forward. Once removed, tape glass in full up position.
5. Wire connector.
6. Regulator through access hole.
7. Module to door inner panel rivets.
8. Wire Connectors.
INSTALL OR CONNECT
1. Position regulator to door through access hole.
2. Guide and block assembly to regulator.
3. Wire connector.
4. Regulator to door using 6.3 mm (1/4") peel type rivets.
5. Module to door using 4.8 mm (3/16 inch) rivets.
6. Wire connector.
7. Remove tape and check window operation.
8. Water deflector and trim panel.
2.Your ac temp output can vary somewhat.Usually you want to see around 35 to 45 degrees all depending on outside temp and humidity.If there is a restriction in the condenser this can cause a fault like this here with it needing replaced but I would have the ac system tested to be sure this is the cause.
3.This may be a short in the wiring leading to the drivers door at the hinge area causing the locks to act up like this here.If this has not been checked this should be done and if a fault is found it will need repaired.
I don't know for sure what computers you are speaking of here as there are a few on this model.If you can tell me the locations or what the computers operate I may be able to look them up for you.