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1992 f150 power window

My power window will not raise or lower I have removed the door panel and I can help the window and it will raise and lower motor sounds strong is this bad gears or weak motor .can I buy just the gears or do I need change the whole assembley. Also is there any tips on changing the motor.
Thanks in advance Gary

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  • Anonymous Aug 26, 2008

    good motor, good switch, gears will not engage

  • edenroc3 Jan 22, 2009

    my window wants to run but window just jumps up & down about 3/8 inch. goes boom boom boom

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    If you apply a lot of pressure to the button, the window will go up. I have no problem lowering the power window, just raising it up is the problem.

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If the window motor runs then perhaps the window channels need lube, get a can of silicone spray lube and apply to both window channels until it drips out the door bottom and then retry, if no change replace the regulator.

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