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How do you replace a front driver side power window motor for a 1996 Ford Contour?

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2008-04-13 00:24:16
2008-04-13 00:24:16

Remove the driver side panel remove loosen the three bolts holding the motor in place, lower the window by hand till you can see the two bolts that hold the window to the raising/lowering mechanism remove the bolts completely, then reach up from bottom and squeeze the bushings out the window sit on a ledge on the raising/lower bar which is entirely plastic... be careful not to force anything or the window will shatter the power window motor and cable should be replaced unless the trouble is just the motor but if the window moves even a little the trouble is likely in the cable system that is part of the motor assembly. Remove the driver side panel remove loosen the three bolts holding the motor in place, lower the window by hand till you can see the two bolts that hold the window to the raising/lowering mechanism remove the bolts completely, then reach up from bottom and squeeze the bushings out the window sit on a ledge on the raising/lower bar which is entirely plastic... be careful not to force anything or the window will shatter the power window motor and cable should be replaced unless the trouble is just the motor but if the window moves even a little the trouble is likely in the cable system that is part of the motor assembly.

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