Possible reasons: Window motor is broken or the cables can be frayed or broken. If its the motor you are in luck. It is easy to access and to replace. If it is the cables you are out of luck. They are very hard to replace and your mechanic will charge you bunches. As for removing the door panel, it is semi easy. There are 2 tricky screws, one in the door latch and one in the door handle. remove these first. The latch will still be attached to the locking mechanism. After that trace the outside of the panel. There are screws lining the outside of the panel. Remove these. Then slide the handle through the hole and it should come off. Watch out for the black sticky adhesive that they glob all over the door. It gets everywhere. If your cables are shressed i would just get a new door at a scrapyard, or you can jamb a 2x4 in there so the window does not fall down.
Fix the power window yourself in 1 hour.
No need to purchase a new door or spend 250.00 at a dealer.
If it is the cable assembly you can find a replacement by searching on Ebay Motors and look for seller Fourgreenautoparts. The assembly with shipping usually runs about 58.00 and will take about an hour to install. You will have to remove the door panel and peel back the protective skin. Once inside un-hinge the window from the assembly by two screws. If you have an assistant push the window up through the door and have them hold on to it, if you do not have any help you can remove the window from the door to gain easy access to the assembly. Unscrew the assembly mount from the door (4 nuts secure it to the door), then unmount the motor from the door (3 nuts) , make sure you disconnect the power relay connection. Push the assembly in until it releases and tilt the top all the way to the right. You may have to dislodge the motor before the cable assembly.
Once the assembly is out of the door remove the motor from the assembly and attach the new cable assembly and install the assembly and motor back into the door. Make sure the harness that secures the window is in the down position. Secure the motor and assembly and slowly slide the window back down and secure it with the two screws that were removed. Attach the window controls and test the operation of the window. Replace the door panel and enjoy your fresh air.
Operating Expenses are expenses that are incurred while running a business. Maintenance Expense could be considered anything from the cost of maintaining a company vehicle to repairs made on a building or some other type of "maintenance" that is require by the business in order to function at 100%. Many expenses have their own account such as, Utilities Expense, Rent Expense, Insurance Expense, Interest Expense, Supply Expense, just to name a few. Other expense may not have a specific account in which to be recorded, such as Travel Expense, Food Expense (perhaps to entertain a possible client), these expense are often listed under "Other Expenses".
Possible additional expense for adapting to a tailor.
Is it possible? Yes. Is it worth the effort? Not to me. That takes a lot of effort and expense.
yes it is an indirect expense
Not yet, but it will be possible some time in the future. Will it be worth the time, effort and expense? Time will tell.
An expense is something you have to pay.
Should restructuring charges be classified as an operating expense or as a nonoperating expense?
it is because,we just doing a early payment for the future expense
Depreciation expense is neither an asset or liability. It is an expense.
If any expense varies as changes in number of units produced then expense is called variable expense. If any expense has no impact of changing in the quantity of units produced then that expense is called fixed expense.
since bad debts are incurred in sales, it is categorized as selling and distribution expense.
Yes. No , Its not a Expense. Its an Asset.
Expense accurals is a liabilites