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1992 Crown Victoria, power window problem


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06-28-02, 08:10 AM   #1  
1992 Crown Victoria, power window problem

I was able to get the door panel out and find out that the power window in the driver side, the motor is working but the cable that pushes the window up or down is broken, my question is if is any book or instructions on how to repair showing how this system works or may be instruction may come with a kit for repairs. Also if is recomended to get Ford repair kit or any other kit will do.
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06-28-02, 03:27 PM   #2  
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Hit any Ford dealer for a printout of the door and the related parts. That will give you an idea what you've got there.

The dealer can advise as to what is available separately and what's not.

You can also check www.autolibrary.org to see if they have anything.

 
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06-30-02, 12:03 AM   #3  
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Unfortunately, you will find out that there is no repair kit available.
You can't replace only the cable. You will have to replace the entire regulator assembly.

 
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06-30-02, 12:54 AM   #4  
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That's a fact. About $55-$60 at your local Ford dealer.

 
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06-30-02, 06:35 AM   #5  
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Another quality Job 1 idea from Ford Motor Company .

On a GM, you can replace the regulator tape for about 15 bucks from any parts store !

 
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06-30-02, 10:33 PM   #6  
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Joe,

Thats true for many GM vehicles, but cable regulators seem to be the current trend for most manufacturers, including GM. Take a look inside the door of a '99 -up GM truck and you'll see what I mean.

 
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07-01-02, 05:43 AM   #7  
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Lol. I agree Merlo .

Which is why I own old GM . Some of the things I see going on with serviceability in cars is silly.

 
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