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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Rear Power Window Regulator Removal/Installation

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Body / Glass & Windows / Rear Power Window Regulator Removal/Installation

1. Fully lower the rear door glass.

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

3. Remove the rear door trim..

4. Remove the service hole cover.


5. Remove the rear door speaker..

6. Remove the glass guide..

7. Remove the rear power window motor..

8. Remove the rear door glass..

9. Remove the nuts.


10. Insert a hand through the speaker installation hole, rotate the drum housing in the direction shown in the figure to detach the tabs from the rear door module.


11. Remove the rear power window regulator through the speaker installation hole.


12. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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