Question about 2002 Mercury Mountaineer
It sounds like the mechanism which makes the window move when the window motor gears turn is broke. This part is called a Window Regulator. It is plastic and looks like a big belt with teeth.
Any glass shop can replace one in an hour or so. It is a common repair for many brands of vehicles. You can price the repair by calling your local shops for the best deal. Many have waiting areas like a tire store or Dealer.
The part can cost $35 to $65 dollars and labor of about an hour. There are sometimes hidden clips or screws in the door panels which complicate removal of the door panels. Plus some of the Electric controls are in the door panel for seats, locks, mirrors, etc. If not reassembled correctly you could have Rattles and water leaks and pinched Electric wires. It will take a novice several hours to do.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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