Question about Chevrolet Camaro
The part that is broken is known as your door sash. A new one is about 50 bucks and i had mine go out on my 98 firebird and it is not easy to replace. You can get a new bracket from a car in the junkyard for 20 bucks like i did. If you did get a new sash i would advise that you take the new sash to get it strengthened. A good welding shop can strengthen the area where the door pin goes into the sash which will keep it from breaking and costing you more money.
Posted on Jul 04, 2013
You will probably be better off changing the entire window regulator. It's the entire assembly, which bolts into the door, and guides the window up and down. Trying to fix individual parts of this regulator might not work and may end up being costly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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