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1986 Dodge D150 Window Regulator

The power window motor runs but the window does not move.  It is possible, when operating the motor, to manually force the window to move with little effort.  I'm thinking that the gears are worn in the motor.  I need some instructions (with pictures) showing how to replace the regulator and motor.

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emissionwiz
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SOURCE: Replacing window regulator

You can buy the plastic clips from the dealer, break the old ones, there is no tool that I remember using, in fact I don't remember having any problem, are you sure the regulator is at fault? why not just replace the motor?

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

Ajkill
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SOURCE: Dodge Stratus Power Windows

Yes there is cable which is snapped out its place ,but you need to replace the cable unit in order make your windows work back...


Good luck...

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

bryant329
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SOURCE: window regulator

you'll have to take the interior door panel off. there will be a couple of bolts holding in the motor and a couple holding the regulator on. they all have to come off to change out the regulator.

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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SOURCE: How to replace power window motor on 2001 dakota

its not hard guys Take the door trim panel by taking off screws and mirror cover / pull out bottom of door and then sides pull up and outthen take off vapor barrier then look inside of door put tape on glass to hold it up take out bolts on the regulator and exchange it Please rate my response thank you very much

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you install a window regulator for a 2001 dodge dakota?

well first take off the door panel it shouldnt be hard remove plastic cover off door.Make sure your window is all the ways up before you remove the motor.you can hold it up with duct tape or anything similar.Then remove the screw that go to the regulator sometimes it has rivets wich have to be drilled off.The new regulator should come with screws if it has rivets if not u use the same old screws.Also unplug the harness of it . Install new one,screw it on and reverse the procedure.Any problems keep me posted

Posted on May 23, 2009

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SECTION 501-11: Glass, Frames and Mechanisms 2001 Explorer Sport/Sport-Trac Workshop Manual
GENERAL PROCEDURES Rear Window Motor Initialization s1r~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Make sure that no obstructions are present in the power rear window system when carrying out this procedure.
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