In order to replace the window regulator, the rivets that hold the window to the regulator must be drilled out, and the window then must be raised to the top and held in place by a suction device or you can use some duct tape, just put a towel on the painted surfaces to avoid a sticky mess, then remove the seven 11mm nuts that fasten the regulator to the door, and unplug the motor, swap the motor to the new regulator and reverse procedure to install.
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The filter needs to be replaced first, if there is not enough volume or pressure reaching the fuel rails, the pressure regulator it's not going to work, nor can it be tested accurately. Filter cost less and and is fairly easy to replace. The filter is located above and on the inboard side of the fuel tank
Fuel pressure should be 38-45 psi . Check the pressure before and after you replace the filter.
The pressure regulator is mounted on the throttle body with (2) 10mm bolts. It has a vacuum line and fuel line attached. Remove the vacuum line, make sure the line has vacuum on it, not cracked or broken--- If the vacuum line has any gas in it, replace the regulator.
The regulator maintains (or regulates) the position of the glass as it goes up or down. The power window motor works less going down because of the weight of the glass, whereas going up if the motor's weak, it'll slow going up and will usually overheat and stop while raising the window if its in need of replacement.
then either your window has become disconnected from the rail on the regulator or the regulator gearing has stripped. Stay away from the dealer. If you can move the window up and down with your hands, then the glass is floating free and will be a cheap repair at an auto glass shop. If the regulator is stripped, then get a new on on ebay and have an auto glass shop install it for you. For a car that old I would just go ahead and get a new regulator and have them install it for you. 10 years service is more than you can ask for in a window regulator.
The windows are controlled by electric window regulators. They are cable regulators with electric motors. They average in price around $100, new.
If your window is up, don't put it down until you have the regulator replaced. Otherwise you may end up stuck with the window in the down position and no way to get it up.
place window glass in full up position, remove the three 1/4 inch rivets retaining window regulator electric drive bracket to inner panel,separate window regulator from frt door minus motor,through the access hole remove window reg bracket from inner panel and slide to gain access
They use a nylon/plastic gear to raise and lower the window. It sounds as if that gear has gone the way of the dinosaurs. I believe they call the assembly the window lift regulator and it is available. Will probably be cheaper to buy thru Rockauto on line.
Two possible problems. Defective motor or window regulator. Remove the door panel, you will see three star screws holding in the motor. Remove the motor, remove the plate, one screw, inside the motor you should see three plastic plugs, these get old and turn to powder, to replace these you can purchase these from any automotive store for around $8.50. But I would replace these with ball bearings cost.64 each. Now you will see some aluminum plugs with rivits holding in the window regulator. To remove these you nweed to punch out the rivits, and drill out the aluminum using 1/4 drill bit. Replace these with 1/4 inch bolts and nuts. Pack the motor with wheel bearing grease and grease the window regulator. You may want to consider replacing all the regulators and checking all the motors. If one has gone bad the others will follow. Just rweplaced all 4 on my old 1996 mercury. Order the regulators on line much cheaper.