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How do you change a window regulator

In a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee, Drivers side door
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Remove door panel and disconnect the multi plug to the motor .three bolts hold motor on and one bolt top and bottom on the runner/lifter two bolts hold mechanism to bottom of window .shouldnt take more than an hour and that includes a tea break and *** break in the middle

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