Question about 1993 Ford Crown Victoria
I put my passenger window down one day and it would not go back up the whole way. Several men I work with tried manually to get it up, which they did most of the way, but unsuccessful the whole way. I have removed the panel to try to fix myself. It appears that some sort of cable has disconnected from the upper portion of the door closest to the top of the door at the window. Is there a way I can get a picture of how this is assembled so I can try to fix it? The motor works. I cannot see up in there to figure out the assembly so a picture is important. If you don't have a picture, can you lead me to a site that maybe I can download one? Thank you for any assistance you can lend! I am a 57 year old grandma that is determined to try it myself before I have to take to a mechanic I have to pay.
The window regulators are cable driven when they come apart they must be replaced
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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