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impossible to tell with out knowing the length of a roll. Could be one 10,000 foot roll or 100, 100 foot rolls. Also unlikely that your query is related to Cars and Trucks which is the category you posted to :>) If it is roofing rolls, there is an overlap, so need to know the application as well.
You are right...the window has a broken track or hold down bolt...you can go on-line to see how to remove the door panel to inspect...If you are good at salvage yards, you can practice and maybe find the part you need...Dealers do this type of repair daily, but costs?
I'm no expert by any means but I also have a 94 Ford Escort Wagon, its pretty sweet :) I had this problem a year ago and found out there is a rubber band or track that was defective. I couldn't afford to change out the motor so I helped the moving mount back up the track when the motor was turning. Then I disconnected the power to the seatbelt motor unit on the bottom of the B post right behing the driver's seat. Now, you have to manually attach both seat belts all the time but it saved me spending $100 on the wagon and still retaining all the safety it has to offer. Hope this helped, if only you can get the mount back up the track one more time you'll be good! Oh yeah, also, you won't have power that turn's on your dome light anymore when you open your door. I'm going to work on that though and will let you know if I can bypass it to still give it power.
Hello... This problem is usually associated with a bad switch or a bad window motor. One way to tell which one is listen for the sound of the motor when trying to raise the window. If you hear the motor trying, it is not the problem. Then it could be something is stuck in the window track.
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there not screws you lookin for its one way plastic push pins find something long enough to get behind them and pry them out, theyll probly need to be replaced but pep boys sells them in there help section
You will need to Remove the Door Panel. Look for Screws and Screw Hole Covers first. Start at the Bottom of the Panel and work your way up. There are Holes in the Door Behind this that will allow Access to the Window and Components. Just look and see if the Glass is Off Track. If it is Use Clear Silicone and Reinsert the Glass. Roll it up all the Way and wait 24 hour or more for it to Dry before you roll it down again. If it is a Belt or something, You will be able to see it. If it is gone, Reach down inside the Door at the Bottom and Locate it.
I had the problem of the drivers window rolling back down. This was fixed by removing the electrical connector located behind the door hinge. It looks like an oblong block. You have to prise the top ribbed part right up then pull the block out. Leave out for about 1 minute. Replace it
Here's what you need. Put the seat in the back, about where it was before you removed it. behind the seat by the floor you have a latch handle on the left and right side behind the seat close to the floor. click the release buttond on the handles, and push them to the down position, hinging them to the floor. Good, now the seat should roll on the track that is attatched to the floor. line the seat up to the holes on the track and lift the latch handles back up. that should do it