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Old 09-07-2013, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by lostinflorida View Post
It was a piece of cake, except that I had to snake my arm up in there and and run the bolts through the regulator and screw them into the motor housing. Apparently some>>>>! put the wrong regulator/motor assy on the cable assy.
It fit but the bolt mounting was reversed, but even with that it was nothing, like was mentioned. I called Dorman on it and their tech didn't know what to tell me, he said that he would speak with their engineer and call me back the next day. Good thing that I didn't wait for them to call, because they didn't.
It might not be reversed, if it really is then it is probably for the opposite door or yes a simple assembly error. Sometimes the regulator and cable system get all mixed up. When I rebuilt the regulators for a Jeep, I had to switch the regulators between the right and left doors. The Jeep's are a real pain the in the butt and known for regulator problems, the issue with the sleeps was the plastic cable guide would break and the cable would loose tension because the missing guide and then the windows would just fall down. Chrysler I am telling you, good design but bad materials.
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