Having spent the money, taken the old one out and damaged the cable in it in the process, I couldn't get a refund on the new one, but it was a learning experience. The whole window regulator for the rear is a hefty beast for a single part. When installing, lower the assembly into the cavity, fish the harness through the mounting panel, then lower the top two posts into the slots. Def let y'all know after Friday afternoon how this worked out. You may hear a slight bump when the plastic guide goes past the rivet.
Took a while to do it right. Be sure the flanges on the mounting posts are on the body side of the mounting slots. If you need these we have them available used or rebuilt at To the left is a pic of the Right Passenger Rear Convertible Window Regulator. Rebuilding these regs is very difficult and not something you will have much success at. Just took them off the old. Both rear window motors are still in it.
In other words I wont try to take 2 and make 1 out of em! It came double packed in 2 boxes. Installation was very easy and it all worked flawlessly. Got a feeling you guys already know but still, I'll shoot ya some feedback when I'm done. The rear drivers side window wont go up or down. Not just the reg or the motor. Then it's jiggling it to get it out the top of the window aperture. .
Then I'd have to put duct tape on where I would have accidentally cut it. Might go through a bunch of work for no reason whatsoever and still not have it fixed. Winter beaters- 1996 Toyota Camry, 240k 1995 Toyota Camry, 160k Previously- 2004 Dark Sapphire Touring: 2. Take a pic of your or a Gen 11 and compare down at the yard with the Gen 1. All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. One thing I will say is that the mechanism on the rears is different to the fronts. The track portion came with 3 new bolts and thread lock already on them.
My wife's Gen 1 had exactly the same issue. The only catch is that its a 1G car that has the rear motors in it. Will try to use the gen 1 out of the donor car. You all sure are fast! Step by step instructions are on this site and a video is also part of this web site. So unless some fool at Chrysler wanted to change for change sake, I think they should be the same. They get brittle with age.
Pulling the unit out the rear compartment is not too bad, just fiddly. So check it isn't the switch first! But, I got to thinking! Snug them up good and let the thread lock do it's job Run the window all the way up and putting a hand on both sides of the window, wiggle it forward and back to get it centered well. You must reuse the 3 nuts from your old motor unit and the 2 bolts to attach the window glass. Its for a friend so I wanted to make sure I did it right along with doing a good job cosmetically. Can I just replace the regulator part with the cable and reuse the motor? Its a very important question.
Should be a direct fit Mr Farrell. They only go into sheet metal and will strip easily. Thanks for the write up. Maybe ripping a hole in the soft top trying to jam a wrong size window motor in there and the saw kicks back into the top. Maybe dropping the saw on the cloth seats, having to end up sewing a 5 inch long strip down the middle of the back rest, or who knows, cutting my finger doing some off the wall crap and I get blood all over the cars interior. I have an easy question.
If you need to adjust the window in or out, loosen the retaining nuts, then use a Torx socket to adjust the mounting posts. See product for application and installation details. Quiet just like factory uni. Loosen the top two nuts but leave them on the gold posts. If it works I'll let ya know how it went and also if it doesnt work, I'll let ya know why as well. Let y'all know tomorrow evening how these work out.
Hope theres an easy answer. The item was very easy to order and verify that I had the correct item using the picture supplied. Don't forget to clean the channels and coat them with white lithium grease. The motor will likely go up and down without a problem. Like not wanting to have to cut couple inches off their quarter panel because this 98 window motor is wider than the 05's or something. When the rear window fall down or you hear a crunching sound the problem is usually the window regulator.
If you are not getting any power to the rear assembly it is usually the master window switch. The rear passenger side stopped working. Tightening the posts will move the top of the window in and loosening them will move the top of the window out. Glass you can swop out. The first regulator took me an hour, the second twenty minutes. There are three nuts on each side.