1999-2005 grand am window regulater repair-JoeTheAutoGuy
this is a video of how to repair the window regulator , on this model it is very common on the plastic slides to crumble allowing the cables to move without the window or have the window drop. this is mainly a video of the dismantling or replacement on the grand am oldsmobile intrigue Please like and subscribe...... FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/joetheautoguy TWITTER www.twitter.com/joetheautoguy GOOGLE+ www.plus.google.com/joetheautoguy BlOGGER www.joemakinmoney.blogspot.com Email email@example.com
Grand AM, Broken Power Window Regulator (2002)
2002 Pontiac Grand Am, Left Rear Power Window Regulator Was planning to fix today as I thought the window sash clips clips that are bonded to window were broken. The window would not go up or down but the motor is working okay. I even had new clips on hand ready to go. When I removed the regulator I could see the problem. The nylon part holding the lifting cable in place was broken out. It doesn't look like that part can be replaced so it looks like a new power window regulator will have to be purchased :( I Might think about bonding it in place with some glue/epoxy but in the meantime I have window wedged up until new part or fix old. Update: I decide to do a fix using J-B ClearWeld and some super glue. You can see video here: https://youtu.be/fnbBdAVIjCE
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How To Diagnose your Power Window Problem; Is the Switch or motor bad? BUY AUTO PARTS AT 1AAUTO.COM
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