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the window regulator needs to be replaced. you need the track and the motor which come as one unit. pick this part up at the salvage yard for about $40. I have replaced both rear regulators in my 94 mercury grand marquis ls
this sound to me like a broken wire in the door jam on the drivers door. this door has all the wires for all the windows running threw the rubber gromet. you will need a test light to check power at the wires you will also need to remove the drivers door panel to get at the switch and wiring to test. its just basic power and ground tests when you push the window button. i rate this repair a 7. the spark plug is real easy. disconnect the dog bone (the top motor mount that keep the engine from rocking for and aft. now put a jack and a block owood under the back side of the trans. this will tilt the engine foward and you can reach these plugs i rate this repair a 2