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Driver side electric window harness is shot. I

Driver side electric window harness is shot. I took the inside of the door off and the cables are kinked with pieces of plastic parts of all sizes and shapes inside the door frame.

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  • kerryvsmith Aug 27, 2010

    Well, I was hoping for some diagrams of where all the harnesses go and to what they hook up to. I am going to proceed with the solution as proposed. If I can't get it done then I'll let you all know!
    Thanks

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Kerry lets see what we can do. if the window is dowm reach in and cut the cables loose while holding the glass.lift the glass with your hand until you can un bolt or clip the glass from the regulator arm. Wedge the glass all the way up with a nonmetallic wedge. Disconnect the electric connection to the window motor. unbolt the window regulator from the inner door frame. remove the regulator from the door.> install a replacement regulator (readully Aval) You may have to swap the window motor on to the new regulator. Hope this helped Contact with any questions THANKS

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