1993 Chevrolet G Series Van (G20) Q&A
1993 Chevrolet G Series Van (G20) Question: Having problems taking window motor out of 1993 Chevy sport van.Drivers side.
Took all the bolts out and the unit has an arm that is spot welded to the door.I know I have to drill them out but it is very difficult to see how it disengages from the window track.The access hole is off to the left side.I can feel rust along the track where the bottom of the window sets on.How do I properly remove the motor? - Richard TM
When regulator is not attached to door slide the regulator rearward to remove roller from slide at the notch in the channel. Collapse regulator and remove regulator w/motor, then drill rivets to remove motor. - ProfessorG
IF THE REGULATOR IS OK:: there should be 3 dimples in the door where the motor retaining bolts are, drill out these dimples then enlarge the holes enough to access the three bolts or retainers, remove them then the motor will come off from the back side, that is all that needs to be removed or unbolted! You do not have to remove the lift assembly to replace this motor! Drill out these holes now before you put everything back in place, it will be eaiser. Do you have a replacement motor to look at? I Just replaced one last week, same deal, G-20 van! If you do it like i am telling you, the spring is not even tampered with!! It's a 30 min. job tops, even for a diy 'er! - pushrod