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Replace motor on tailgate window on a 1987 ford bronco

Tailgate window will not go down how do i replace motor or atleast get window down so tailgate will open

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You will likely have to remove the panel from the inside with the window up. Once you have the panel off I would try to have some one hold down on the switch while you tap the motor with a hammer. Of course make sure the latches are all the way closed as if the door is not closed all the way the window will not roll down as it has safety switches to keep this from happening.

If you still can not get it down then you will need to unbolt the regulator and let it down that way.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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