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Window problems how do you take out and replace a 1994 lincoln window regulator

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Re: window problems

You can goto a place like autozone and buy the Ford/Mercury repair book and it will give complete instructions.

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Hi incapable59,
If you wish to repair it yourself you must have necessary tools and test instrument, know some basic electronics safety precautions like discharging capacitor. This problem is commonly caused by fault in the output stage. You may check first the output IC there, electrolytic capacitor. Power supply is also going to check for good regulation. Filter capacitor is most common affected there for voltage regulation. Also, check for bad solder/cold solder joint around the board.
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This is an indication of a voltage error, I have seen this when the voltage regulator or the car battery is begining to have a problem supplying enough current to the amplifier. Check the voltage levels with the amp turned off and then turn on the amplifier, if the voltage drops this means that there is poor voltage regulation and this may mean that you will have to replace the car's voltage regulator.

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