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Old 06-22-2013, 08:19   #1 (permalink)
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93 marquis window problem... quick question

the only window in my car that actually goes down correctly is the front passenger... the back 2 i have to push down and up (you can hear the motors but they dont move when u push the button) ... and my drivers window doesnt make any sound and wont push down or up.... could someone tell me what parts i need to buy to fix all the windows?
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Re: 93 marquis window problem... quick question

You will need to strip down door trim and check over .It could be faulty regulators , motors , or wiring or a combination of any three .
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ok could you let me know what im looking for? im not very car savvy...
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This should help you .


The drivers window you will have to test first to see if it's getting power supply to motor and take it from there.
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Re: 93 marquis window problem... quick question

Isn't that video for Taurus ?

What is the most simple, least destructive way to remove the window belt that needs to be removed to get the window out ?
There is any INFO in the manuals or online to show how to do this?

I tried a grab and tug but that was useless.
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Re: 93 marquis window problem... quick question

The windows are not held by "belts", they are held in place by felt lined metal channels. Loosen the bolts securing the channels and the window will lift out. Don't forget to disconnect the regulator. It's usually the plastic pieces that secure the regulator to the glass, that break. You can drill the pop rivets out and replace them with self locking hardware (nylock nuts) if you don't have the large pop rivets necessary to replace the regulator. Careful, there are many sharp edges inside the door!

I will search for "how to do" info, but once you get it apart, you will see that it is all very straight forward.
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