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Re: How do you change a window regulator
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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These are notorious for this failure: the window regulators are inherently weak and must be replaced when broken.
You can buy new regulator assemblies from most auto parts suppliers.
They are only moderately difficult to replace.
See the following link:
check the fuse box and make sure the windows are not fused separately,before taking the door apart.
the door panel is held in with clips and there is a tool made for removing them.the window regulator/motor is a tricky one to do and unless you are really good,do not mess with it.
the motors have internal thermal cutouts.
first you need to take the inside mirror off just pops off/ second look for pop outs in the panel for screws/ Then you need to pop out bottom of door then sides then pull up on trim and out/ then disconnect switches take of vapor barrier look inside you will see 2or 3 bolts holding it in take them out have someone hold up glass replace then put it back togehter/ Please rate my response thank you very much
You can change the harness from the existing to the new yes . It's not very hard either. No there is no way to use the window in the meantime. If you attempt to force it you will damage the window regulator. I would confirm caution you to be patient installing the harness as the connectos can be a little tricky to undo.
I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee the power windows,power seat , door would not lock , and the inside lights would stay one ..i thought it was a fuse problem but no fuses for that ... in the rubber boot between the door and frame ..the was the ground wire was split ... put a **** connector on it everything works great now ....