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Rear rt hand power window does not go up on 1992 town car how do you repair it?

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2006-03-31 00:32:26
2006-03-31 00:32:26

First take off the door panel. Check for the proper voltage at the motor connector when the switch is in the on position. If you have no voltage then it might be the switch assembly. If you have voltage and the window doesn't move you may have to replace the motor. This is difficult but can be done if you are patient. Disconnect the power to the motor. Drill out the three rivets and detach the motor from the regulator. Reverse the procedure to replace the motor. Short bolts and nuts can replace the rivets but due to clearance the rivets are the best. You may have to rent a large rivet gun.

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