Since I just worked on this myself, here are some diagrams and such that will help. That rear upper trim panel that covers the motor can be removed on it's own. Pull it out starting at the top. There are some hooks at the front edge of the panel that wrap behind the rubber window trim. The trim isn't glued on, just a tight fit so you should be able to just pull it away. There are some clips that you'll feel pop as you pull on the panel. The big panel below it has some tabs that connect it to the panel you're trying to remove so you'll have to pry on that panel a bit to get the upper panel out. There's a cargo net hook at the back edge of that lower panel that is covering up a screw that you'll need to remove to allow the panel to pull away from the window. Get some cheap plastic interior trim tools from Harbor Freight to make your life easier. A flat head screwdriver will work but you'll probably end up scratching everything up.how do you get to where the back vent window motor is?
The cap will pop off very easily. I think there are small claws on the top and bottom so wedging it off from the flat edge is the way to go. That retainer clip should stay in place. I believe the seal passes through the clip and friction holds the two pieces together.People who are worked on the motor, can you tell if the cap as shown in the diagram snaps off or slides off from the glass attachment to get at the bolt which screws in the attachment pin? And do I mess with the retainer clip? I usually have very bad luck with retainer clips
This was very helpful. I used a 1/4" T-nut with no spikes. It seems to have worked perfectly. I installed it yesterday.In case anybody runs in to this issue, this is the T-Nut and I bent the spikes back. This costs $0.23; similar contraption from Honda has list price of $17.89
Metric T-Nuts, Zinc plated steel, 6mm x 1.0mm - Bolt Depot