Question about 2002 Lincoln LS
Both the front drivers side window and the rear passenger window have dropped due to faulty tracks, cables, and wheels/pulleys. The rear window will stay up on its own until I hit bumps, then it drops but only partially. I can push it up and get it to stay up. The front window would fall and not stay up if it weren't for a couple temporary brackets my husband installed to keep the window up. (Because I can't drive around with my drivers side window down 24/7.) More than anything, I'm curious as to how much it will cost to repair the front drivers side window, especially if I have to replace the whole track assembly (which I'm thinking I will have to do).
You will have to replace the whole regulator. check with your local used parts dealer for cheapest price. those regulators can range from 100 to 300 dollars and in some cause more. also for temp solution shove a piece of cardboard between inside window felt and glass to create pressure. it will help hold it up through the bumps
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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