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Old 09-11-2005, 20:01   #1 (permalink)
Blix
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My Drivers Side Window moved out of the track...2000GT


Hello All,

My 2000 GT Convert had the drivers side window 'move'
about 1/3" forward. My door won't close correctly.

My Brother tells me that the window regulator is
the issue.

Are the Later Model Mustangs bad at suddenly chewing
up window regulators? It happened so fast (over the period
of a few days) that I think it should be just something
came loose in the door and let the glass move forward.

Anyone else with this issue ?

Bill

(Not Bill S.)

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Old 09-11-2005, 21:01   #2 (permalink)
Mort Guffman
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Re: My Drivers Side Window moved out of the track...2000GT

My 98 did that. The regulator tore itself up, literally. Ripped the
metal...

mort




On Sun, 11 Sep 2005 21:46:51 -0400, Blix <xxx.xxx@xxx.net> wrote:

>
>Hello All,
>
>My 2000 GT Convert had the drivers side window 'move'
>about 1/3" forward. My door won't close correctly.
>
>My Brother tells me that the window regulator is
>the issue.
>
>Are the Later Model Mustangs bad at suddenly chewing
>up window regulators? It happened so fast (over the period
>of a few days) that I think it should be just something
>came loose in the door and let the glass move forward.
>
>Anyone else with this issue ?
>
>Bill
>
>(Not Bill S.)


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Old 10-06-2005, 03:01   #3 (permalink)
heavyonmetal
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Re: My Drivers Side Window moved out of the track...2000GT

it's most likely a bad motor on both problems. this is probably the best
time to replace it. it's better if you can check some of these i found:
http://www.partstrain.com/ShopByDepa...ndow_Regulator.

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Old 10-06-2005, 07:01   #4 (permalink)
Musttanguy
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Re: My Drivers Side Window moved out of the track...2000GT

There is a stop on the bottom edge of the door glass, towards the front
of the window. These stops are bonded to the glass with an adheasive.
Frequently these stops will come loose and allow the window to travel
upward alittle further in the front causing the window to nick the
molding on the A pillar (windshield post) when door is closed. Alot of
times you can hear the stop rattling around in the door when shut. If
this is the case a windshield repair shop can re-adheasive this stop
back on and all willl be well again.

You may have to pull the door panel and take a look to confirm problem.

Hope this is helpful

Tim (Musttanguy)
PonyPerformance.com

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