Your Honda CR-V came with power windows installed. These power windows are powered up and controlled by the power window motor. The motor generates power for your CR-V's window regulator, which in turn moves the glass window inside your door up and down. If the window motor fails, you will not be able to open or close your window. Even worse, your window could get stuck in the down position. You should replace your windshield motor immediately if it goes out.
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Things you need
- Socket set
- Screwdriver set
Open the hood and remove your CR-V's negative battery cable.
Use your screwdriver to pry out the power window switch assembly. Disconnect the electric wiring harness and remove the switch.
Remove your CR-V's door handle screws with your screwdriver. Also remove the arm rest bolts with your socket set.
Work screwdriver along the edges of your door panel and pop loose the plastic rivets that hold it in place. Work around the perimeter of the entire door panel until the panel comes free.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of the window motor. Also loosen the retaining bolts that hold the old motor in place with your socket set. Set the new motor in place and bolt it down with the retaining bolts. Plug the wiring harness into the back of the new window motor.
Replace your door panel by lining it up and popping the plastic rivets back into place. Also install your arm rest and door handle using the bolts and screws that held them in place.
Re-connect the electric wiring harness to your power window switch and pop it back into place. Replace your negative battery cable.
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