Question about Ford Windstar
In certain Ford cars (you didn't say WHICH Ford vehicle you have), the motor that drives the power window has a plastic nut in it that facilitates the movement of the glass. Over time, this plastic nut will wear away and eventually won't turn the regulator (which makes the glass move up and down on its track). You can remove the motor, open up the casing of the motor, put in a metal nut and it will work again. I forgot the size of the nut, but they are common and can be found in a parts store for less than a dollar.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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