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I STARTED TO ROLL MY WINDOW UP ON MY 2005 F 150 AND SOMETHING INSIDE THE DOOR POPPED REAL LOUD. NOW IT WON'T WORK.

I STARTED TO ROLL UP THE WINDOW ON THE DRIVERS SIDE IN MY TRUCK AND SOMETHING INSIDE THE DOOR POPPED REAL LOUD AND THE WINDOW WON'T WORK NOW. IS THERE A WAY TO GET A DIAGRAM OF THE INSIDE OF THE DOOR SO MY HUSBAND CAN LOOK AT IT?

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    when opening driver door the hinges pop real loud' why?

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I just replaced the window regulator in my sisters 2005 f-150.it took about 30 mins. the pulley on the motor was all messed up and tangled the wires on it.it cost me 185.00 at the dealer.it is a poor design.

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You can buy a HAYNES Repair Manual for about 25$ and it will show you how to take apart the door. Most likely the Regulator mechanism needs to be replaced. The part is about 160$ and if he is handy should take about two hours to replace.
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I am not sure if you can download anything, but you could purchase a Haynes repair manual, but try and look at it first to determine if it has what you are looking for. You can find those in most stores such as Autozone. I used to live in a town where there was a public library where I was able to look things up in a Chilton's manual and make copies.

Actually Chilton's has an online: http://www.chiltondiy.com/

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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