How do i disassemble a chevy G30 door to replace manual windows

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Asked by Dec 17, 2014 at 02:15 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Chevy Van 3 Dr G30 Cargo Van Extended

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

95 Chevy G30

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As it's been a few years, not positive but generally this is how. First, have a half straightened paperclip or purchase a door handle release tool at an auto store. Remove the handles first. (take note of where the handles are with the window fully up. (Careful not to loose the retainer "Jesus" clips. Next, if a fabric door panel is in place, "carefully" go around the edge with a wide, thin blade and carefully pry out the retainers. Once the panel is removed, you will want to install the window crank handle (without retainer) and roll the window to its lowest position or where the regulator track to window retainer screws can be easily reached. Next, loosen the screws but do not yet remove. Now, find the front track and rear window track anchor screws at the bottom of the door. Remove them. Now, I think you will be able to separate the window from the regulator and remove out the opening. You may have to roll up the window regulator to the top once the window is unattached. Hope this information helps.

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Thank you, tho i should have given more information, im new to this. I am actually trying to replace the manual regulator and my biggest problem as far as i can see is the window is stuck all the way up. I have the panel off and need to find a way to drop the window now.

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