Question about 1991 Chevrolet Caprice
The nylon guide that slides in the regulator track is broken. several years back, a parts guy at chevy dealer sold me a nylon roller (wheel) from an 80s cavalier that solved the problem at a significant savings in cash and time. I tried to order some at another chevy dealer, but the part was different with a ball and shaft pressed into the roller. the part I used was only the nylon roller, any ideas??
Posted by Anonymous on
Go to rock auto.com and input all of your info and it shows you the pictures and the differences. Great site!!
Posted on Aug 03, 2017
Is the roller removable if it is you can try a hardwear store to see if they have the wheels you can try a junk yard.
Posted on Aug 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your looking to replace them, wich is what most do today, it is cheaper to purchase a axle with new cv joints than to rebuild them. It is a very simple job in todays cars, remove tires remove lower tie rod , remove nut in center of the rotor and pull wheel assembley to the side hanging from the strut, pull axle out replace the transmission seal, push new axle in. When putting wheel assembley on, use a hydraulic jack on bottom of the rotor to push it to the axle splines and put the new nut on .
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
I have a 91 Caprice with the same problem. I live in Atlanta, GA. and I could not find any autoparts store selling these pieces. I eventually found them at www.clipsandfasteners.com
The part number is : A20424 GM Front Window Guides 1 13/16 total length. They come in a box of 5 pieces. Cost $4.92 for 5 pieces. I had to replace one on all of my windows. The piece is the same piece used on the back windows too. They are a trick to get in. You have do a little bending of the aluminum thing they slide into. In the end a big C-clamp works slick to get the regulator arm piece to pop into the nylon piece. Patience is needed.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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