1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

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1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

Unread post by Rvwheat » Tue Apr 28, 2015 7:17 pm

Where do I find the door lock relay assembly in my mothers 1995 delta 98

 

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Re: 1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

Unread post by carriedi » Tue Apr 28, 2015 11:32 pm

the door lock relay assembly is under the drivers seat
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Re: 1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

Unread post by Rvwheat » Wed Apr 29, 2015 7:34 am

Ok I looked for along time this morning and did not find a door lock relay under the drivers seat or passengers seat just seat stuff like little motors same under both seats ,,,am I just missing it??

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Re: 1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

Unread post by carriedi » Wed Apr 29, 2015 10:11 am

that's what the wiring diagram shows.
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Re: 1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

Unread post by Rvwheat » Wed Apr 29, 2015 10:19 am

I noticed on the image it shows 88 is there a difference in the 98

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Re: 1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

Unread post by carriedi » Thu Apr 30, 2015 10:07 pm

for 1995 I show the same for 88 and 98.

for 1994 the wiring diagram is still the same but the table says something different. and the relay should look like this:
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Re: 1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

Unread post by bbennssann » Fri Jun 10, 2016 9:34 pm

1888 olds Delta Royale window motor.....

I wasn't allowed to start a new thread so I will post this here.

The window motor on the driver's side rear door went bad. How do I remove it for replacement. I have the 3 rivets drilled out but it is still wedged in place. I'm afraid to apply too much force. What is my next step?
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Re: 1995 delta 98 door lock relay assembly

Unread post by carriedi » Sat Jun 11, 2016 1:29 am

do you already have the replacement motor? If you have one, put it up in front of the motor that's in the door and look at where the mounting holes line up.

there are rivet that hold the motor to the regulator and there are rivets that mount the regulator to the door. Without actually seeing how your motor is put together, I usually take the GM regulator out and replace the motor with the regulator out of the car. The rivets that hold the regulator to the door; punch the rivet center out the drill the rivet out with a 1/4" drill bit. Once you take the regulator out of the door us a 3/16" drill bit for the window motor to regulator rivets.

replacements rivets would be the best re-installation fasteners but if you use bolts make sure they don't interfere with the regulator's movement.

from what I can see in the picture the uploaded, you drilled out two of the rivets for the motor. looks like... you drilled a hole over the motor rivets and took got two of the rivets. But when you get the last rivet out you won't be able to get the motor our because it is sandwiched in between the regulator and the door. You have to detach the window from the regulator and somehow secure it so it won't fall down. Normally I use suction cups that will hold the window in place. the remove all the rivets to the regulator and take the regulator out of the door. Then take the regulator to the vise and drill out the rivets for the motor. Bolt or rivet the new motor in and then put the regulator back in the door and re-attach the window. (NOTE: some GM regulators use a spring to assist the window up. If your regulator has a spring BE CAREFUL! Once you remove the motor the spring will be released and like a big mouse trap you might get hurt when the motor comes out and the spring snaps up.
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