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Window cable came off - 2002 Ford Explorer

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Remove door panel
Install new cable

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Chrysler 1999 Sebring rear window motor


I fixed my rear quarter panel window (driver's side) at no cost. I removed the assembly/window and thought I would have to replace the assembly and motor. Once I saw the price I began to investigte the problem with the original part. I removed the window from the assembly. (did not want to break it) I found that the cable was binding on the main pulley connected to the motor. I removed the three screws that held the pulley/motor housing. I removed the motor and plugged it back into the power supply and it worked. I realigned the cable and reinstalled the housing and motor. I plugged it into the power supply and it ran, but noticed that the cable was somewhat loose causing the cable to bind on the main pulley. If I kept tension on the cable it seemed to operate correctly. To keep tension on the cable, I put a plastic tie strap around the two cable parts just above the bottom cable guide (about 1 1/2 inch above cable guide) - pulling the strap until there was sufficient tension on the cable (not real tight). The strap kept tension the cable and the tension kept the cable from coming off the pulley when the widow operated. I bolted the window back on (do not over tighted the bolts or the window may break). Reinstalled everythng - checked the window alignment with the front window - tested the operation and it worked like new. I put everything back together and was able to fix my non working window for the price of a plastic tie and a couple of hours of figuring out the problem. I think I could do the whole process in less than an hour now. I would check out this solution before spending 175 for a new motor or 250 for a new assembly. CountryRidgeBBQ@aol.com

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How to Fix the window cables on a 2000 Pontiac Bonneville


This happened to all four of my windows in my 2000 Pontiac Bonneville. The cables come loose and the windows fall down. The problem is an inadequately weak plastic piece linking the cables. The cables come from the motor, one goes up and one goes down, they both go around their respective pulleys, and then connect to a plastic guide on the window track. The cable ends weave into the plastic piece and have a larger metal piece on the end to prevent the cable from slipping out. Over time, this plastic will wear out and break, allowing the cable to slip out and the window to fall down. New assemblies cost 150 to 200 dollars each, therefore, I fixed the problem myself. I removed the assembly rerouted the cables and affixed the cable back to the plastic piece by using pliers and coat hangar wire around cable behind the larger metal piece, and looping other end through center hole in plastic piece. Make sure, however, to allow plenty of room for the window glass, mechanical parts, etc, so that the new wire does not interfere with normal operation. Reinstall the assembly and test the window excessively. You may need to adjust the bend of the wire and/or placement to insure correct performance. It is a fairly simple process, can be time consuming, but could possibly save $1000 over 4 windows. It has now been over a year since reconnecting the cables in my Bonneville, and I have had no problems.
Take careful notice of how you take apart the doors to insure proper re-installation. Taking pictures with your cell phone can help you remember steps in reverse. Good luck and save some money!

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Need diagram for rear passanger window for cables


You do not need a diagram for the cable. If the cable has come loose it is because the window regulator is broken. You need a window regulator.
It looks like the picture below.

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Replace the left rear electric window cable.


you cant fix cable, you need the Window Regulator

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I need cable connections for electric window on drivers side


These cables are not replacable,Or the connectors,this has to be fixed by replacing the window regulator.If you have enough room,you may can put a crimp connector on the cable.

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My rear window is stuck down in my 1989 k5 blazer.


If you can hear the motor turning but window is not moving, then the window most likely came off it's track. You will have to remove screws and pry off the door panel and replace window on track

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Once this device has failed (broken); you need to replace it. Once the cables are off, the regulator is beyond repair. This is a common failure with this model Camry; I regularly stock several window regulators in the parts dept and replace 5-6 a month.

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Power window cable broke off. Drivers door. Do the cables sell seperate, or do I have to buy the motor with the cables and were does the cable attach to the window. It looks like a plastic clip broke off, Dennis

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