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Posted by Anonymous on
You take the door apart, generally means removing interior panel.
Generally makes more sense to replace the entire regulator assembly
than just the motor. You can find these on ebay, at auto parts stores, and at dealers. They get more expensive in that order. New is better than used as they have about the same life span so to put a used one in means you will be doing it again next year. There are often special tools, snaps, adapters required and often very large rivets must be removed and replaced. Thus while you can do it yourself if you have all this stuff on hand, it is easier and quicker to pay a glass shop to do it for you in a few hours for about $50.00.
Posted on May 12, 2010
Replace the brushes in the motor for about $2. Get them from a hobbie shop. 1/4 or 5mm
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Apr 23, 2016 | Cars & Trucks
Remove the 1997 Ford F350's power window switch from the door panel with the trim tool. Unclip the window switch from the power window wiring harness by hand.
Remove the hex-head screws from the door panel with the socket set. Lift the door panel upward 1 inch before pulling it off the door by hand.
Elevate the window glass to the top of the window channel by hand. Tape the glass to the top of the door with packing tape to prevent it from descending into the door during the repair.
Unclip the F350's power window wiring harness from the power window motor by hand. Unbolt the old power window motor from the door and window regulator with the socket set.
Remove the old window motor before inserting the new power window motor in its place.
Bolt the new window motor to the window regulator and door with the socket set. Plug the power window wiring harness into the new window motor.
Reinstall the door panel by reversing the method employed to remove it.
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