How To Install Replace Broken Power Window Regulator REAR Dodge Durango 98-04 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, cracked, damaged, slow-moving, or stuck power window regulator and motor. This video is applicable to the 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, and 03 Dodge Durango and 00 to 04 Dakota with Quad Cab models.
How To Replace A Rear Power Window Regulator - Dodge Durango (’98-‘03) & Dakota Quad Cab (’00-‘04)
This video covers how to replace a broken rear passenger power window
regulator on an '03 Dodge Durango. This video applies to all Dodge
Durango's between 1998 & 2003, as well as Dodge Dakota's with a rear
passenger door (i.e. Quad Cab) between 2000 & 2004. The only differences
may be the steps to remove the door panel.
The window regulator I am replacing is the left rear passenger window, but
the steps & techniques are the same for the right rear passenger window.
This is a fairly basic & simple job that can be done in about a half hour,
even if you take your time, with simple hand tools & a spatula. The stock &
aftermarket window regulators for these vehicles have plastic components
that like to break at the worst possible time.
I also have a video on how to remove the front power window regulator:
Left Rear Passenger Window Regulator:
Dorman part # 741598
Right Rear Passenger Window Regulator:
Dorman part # 741599
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How car window regulators work
This video shows how a window regulator works in a car or truck. It also
shows how easily they can break and why they have to be replaced.
How to Wire a Power Window Relay
How to Wire a Power Window Relay
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Power windows have been around for years. For this reason, power window
vehicles are still up and running especially in places with low humidity
where rust is not an issue. A power window system uses a DC motor to
actuate the glass and open the door windows. The DC motor works in the
nominal 2 to 5 Amp current range. For this reason, a relay has almost
always been used to control the motor.
The basic motor operation is done by reversing the polarity of it's power
and ground input. It is here where a properly connected window motor makes
the whole arrangement worthwhile and stable. Although window motors come in
various sizes, their nominal electric current range may go as high as 6
Amps, with peak voltages as much as 12 Amps if extreme resistance is found.
Relays can deliver up to 40 Amps of power making them the best real world
choice. Transistors have been used in the past and even on some new models,
but they eventually falter and leave the driver to eat up the cost of
replacement. This circuit connection is very useful due to the fact that
many older vehicles can be re-wired using original or aftermarket parts,
keeping the windows operational.
Here is how the window motor circuit works:
12 volt power is fed from the fuse to terminal 87 of the relay. This
terminal then becomes the power input. Power is also fed to terminal 85 of
the relay coil on both relays. Terminal 87A is connected directly to
ground, so this terminal becomes the chassis ground input. Then, terminal
30 is wired directly to the window motor relay. Each relay feeds ......
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Auto Repair & Maintenance : Installing a Manual Window Regulator
A manual window regulator needs to be taped up so that it doesn't fall when
its bolts are removed. Find out how to disconnect wires for a speaker in
the door panel when installing a window regulator with help from an
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Mustang Power Window Kit Installation 1965-1968
The Power Window Kits with crank handle switches available at CJ Pony Parts
will fit 1965-1968 Mustangs. With one of these power
window kits, you can transform your windows yet maintain the factory look
The kits come with everything you need to convert to a custom power window
setup, including new power regulators, AC Delco motors, power crank handle
switches for original window cranks, a complete and labeled wiring harness,
as well as conduit to protect the wires traveling through the doors.
With Bill's instructions, you can now install this window kit yourself! The
new power window regulators are designed to bolt directly into the original
mounting holes with little to no modifications and will use the original
glass channels. The original window cranks mount directly on to the new
power crank handle switches the same way they would mount on to the factory
manual window regulators.
Make sure you follow the steps in our installation video closely, and
expect the project to take up to three hours.
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