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How to replace power window unit driver side Chevy Silverado 2003

\015 Replacing power unit for Chevy Silverado 2003 driver side. I have removed door panel and need guidance. Thanks\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-04-2021

Answers :

The door panel window switch is bolted from the \015\012inside,(don't pry on it). Once you get the screws out the door panel \015\012slides upwards off of tabs that secure it to the door. (Don't pry \015\012outward)

1. Remove the door handle bezel.

2. Insert a flat-bladed tool between the door handle\015\012 bezel and the trim panel in order to release the handle bezel tab retainers.

3. Remove the door trim panel upper extension.

4. Release the upper extension by pulling outward on\015\012 the front edge in order to release the upper retainer clips.

5. Remove the upper extension from the trim panel by\015\012 lifting up and out.

6. Using a suitable flat bladed tool, gently pry the\015\012 manual lock lever from the door trim panel. Remove the trim panel screw.
*Remove the screw (2) from within the opening \015\012where the manual door lock lever resides.
*Remove the screw (3) from the opening in front \015\012of the armrest.
*Remove the screw located beneath the map pocket, \015\012if equipped.

7. Carefully slide the trim panel up in order to \015\012release the retainers from the door. Disconnect the electrical connectors.

Note: the top part of the door panel is not separate\015\012 from the bottom. The "upper extension" is just the small triangle \015\012piece directly behind the mirror on the interior.

Simplified instructions
Remove the bezel around the door handle.
Pry out the manual lock.
Remove the 3 or 4 screws depending on options
Slide the door panel up off of the engagement \015\012tabs.

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