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Old 08-13-2005, 18:01   #1 (permalink)
Ken Darnell
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Ranger with bad power window

The driver side power window of my 94 ranger is just about gone. I have to
push it by hand to get it to shut.
I am wondering about the best way to get the motor assembly out. The setup
is not very do-it -yourself friendly.
Thanks


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Old 08-17-2005, 06:01   #2 (permalink)
Richard Powers
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Re: Ranger with bad power window

After you remove the door panel, and locate the motor bracket screws you
will notice dimples in the door inner panel. They are there for a purpose,
Use the dimples as drilling points. use the propersizeDrill bit to allow you
socket entry to the screwa to remove the motor.
More than likely your motor brushes are shot, if there is no hardware
failure,or switch problem.
"Ken Darnell" <dack350c@mindspring.com> wrote in message
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> The driver side power window of my 94 ranger is just about gone. I have to
> push it by hand to get it to shut.
> I am wondering about the best way to get the motor assembly out. The setup
> is not very do-it -yourself friendly.
> Thanks
>
>



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