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JOHNFAK

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Did this today it's pretty easy in case anyone else needs

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Pull door and disconnect harness ^^^

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Jump this with 12v to test motor ^^^^

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Pull these two bolts for window frame and pull these four bolts for actuator motor ^^^^

Make sure windows taped up

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Remove window from frame by one nut each side ^^^^

Pull it all out through bottom and replace

Done ;)

Here's the part I used for drivers side around $75

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Does the regulator come with a new motor? My pass side glass rocks and gets jammed in the window track. From what I found out is it is non repairable. Sorry couldnt help ya with the wiring. Everytime I checked this thread I was at work and couldnt upload the diagram. :doh:

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Does the regulator come with a new motor? My pass side glass rocks and gets jammed in the window track. From what I found out is it is non repairable. Sorry couldnt help ya with the wiring. Everytime I checked this thread I was at work and couldnt upload the diagram. :doh:

Hey - yeah the regulator and motor included in this part for $75. You can buy separately but as I wasn't sure what the issue was exactly - I just knew it wasn't my wiring harness as even with a constant 12v it still "hung". So basically it would go down ok - and then halfway back up it would just hang. Wait 10 mins and it would go most of way back up. Was a pain when you go through a parking place and have to wind down to get a ticket and then after you park had to sit in car for 10 min until it worked itself out. Anyway - replacement job was easier than I thought. Around 1hour. Only part that I got wrong was one of the main smaller parts of the regulator I put on back to front - the two bolts section/pic - (they arent equal in depth) so the window bumped it on way down ..... had to take back off and flip it around once I worked it out ...... all good :thumbup2:

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