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Replacing a cable style power window regulator
in a 1992 Nissan Maxima.
The broken regulator now needs to be removed from the door. There are 7 bolts holding the regulator to the door (Red Arrows). There are 2 bolts holding the window onto the regulator (Blue Arrows). The 2 bolts attached to the glass are removed first and the window is pulled up and taped to the top of the door. The window needs to be in a lowered position in order to access these bolts. The remaining 7 bolts are removed and the regulator and motor assembly is removed from the door.
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