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Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman

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A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Window Lift Motors are engineered and remanufactured to meet or exceed OEM performance. CARDONE evaluates original OE unit failures and weaknesses, correcting them to ensure a longer lasting product. These motors are computer tested, both as sub-assemblies and as complete units to ensure quality and reliability. A1 CARDONE engineers use the latest in technology and innovation to create high value at a low cost, providing a quality product that both you and your vehicle can rely on.

Product Features:
  • Improved over original performance, gears are redesigned with a stronger, less brittle material than O.E. to prevent premature wear, striping and breakage
  • Each unit is 100% tested at 3 points in the remanufacturing process for guaranteed performance
  • Every motor is assembled with the precise amount of lubricant to ensure quiet operation and long life
  • Motor magnets are 100% recharged for superior performance and reliability
  • All critical bearings are relubricated or replaced to extend product life
  • Guaranteed fit and function
  • Meets or exceeds O.E.M performance
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Gear Included:Yes
Mounting Hole Quantity:3
Mounting Type:Internal Threaded Hole
New Or Remanufactured:Remanufactured
Regulator Included:No
Wire Or Terminal Quantity:6

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CardoneWindow Lift Motor - Import Reman
 
1.9

(based on 23 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (14)

27%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (5)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Small cars (6)
    • Car & Truck:
    • Auto enthusiast (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Auto enthusiast (9), Casual driver (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (15)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Window rolls up again!

A close friend has had windows problems with her 2003 Infinity G35 for several years. The window would roll down fine, but require manual assistance to roll up (actually grabbing the glass with...Read complete review

A close friend has had windows problems with her 2003 Infinity G35 for several years. The window would roll down fine, but require manual assistance to roll up (actually grabbing the glass with one's hand). When we were out the other day the window went down and would not come back up. I tried manually lifting it, and then taking the door panel apart to manually lift it. No success until I actually removed the motor and used a socket wrench to crank the window up. While we were at it she suggested we just replace the motor. Found a 30% off coupon on the Advance website, ordered the motor, and was able to pick it up in-store just minutes later. I was very surprised that they would have such a specific part for a specific car on hand, and that we could pick it up without having to special order, or pay out the nose at the dealership.

Our unit did not look dirty and nasty like others have said in their reviews. Install was simple, and voila the window works again!

We're keeping our fingers crossed that this unit does not poop out in a couple of months like some of the other reviews.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not Equal to OEM

I'm quite disappointed with how it was "remanufactured". I take great care of my car and don't like to replace parts that are any less than the OEM parts. As I...Read complete review

I'm quite disappointed with how it was "remanufactured". I take great care of my car and don't like to replace parts that are any less than the OEM parts. As I am swapping the parts out, I notice that the end piece that connects to the door is actually broken. Who ever removed it from the previous car, broke off the two trees that connect to the door thinking that it was supposed to stay with the car. For this reason, I do not like taking my car to a non-infiniti/import specialist shop. I am going to return this and ask Advanced Auto Parts to send me a different remanufactured window motor.

See attached images. The top motor is the OEM and the bottom is the remanufactured part I ordered.

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1.0

Beware of of remanufactured Cardone window motor

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from Portland, OR

Verified Buyer

Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

Had to exchange rebuilt Cardone with a 2nd one. First motor would not reset using the reset button. Had to exchange it for a 2nd one after trying to figure out why it would not work (took me about 3 hours to determine it was a bad motor). 2nd motor did work as soon as I put it in and pushed the reset button. All the negative reviews regarding these rebuilt motors are TRUE. Spend the extra money and buy a new motor, not a rebuilt one!

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1.0

Not Equal to OEM

By 

from Los Angeles

Verified Buyer

Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

I'm quite disappointed with how it was "remanufactured". I take great care of my car and don't like to replace parts that are any less than the OEM parts. As I am swapping the parts out, I notice that the end piece that connects to the door is actually broken. Who ever removed it from the previous car, broke off the two trees that connect to the door thinking that it was supposed to stay with the car. For this reason, I do not like taking my car to a non-infiniti/import specialist shop. I am going to return this and ask Advanced Auto Parts to send me a different remanufactured window motor.

See attached images. The top motor is the OEM and the bottom is the remanufactured part I ordered.

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3.0

recondition your old motor yourself!

By 

from silver spring Md

About Me Auto Enthusiast

Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

my daughters 04 G35 had trouble getting the window to open or close when the button was pushed. she bought the repair manual and we follow instructions to get to the window motor. (fyi, there are 3 bolts holding the window in place, hidden under 2 inch diameter holes covered with material glued in place)remove the three screws holding the motor cover in place. slide the cover up. armature may come out with it. GENTLY clean the copper contact area, i had some 400 grit sand paper, (very fine) using light pressure. next clean the hole where the armature came out of. it will have carbon dust from the brushes. the brushes may be stuck so i used a toothpick to excersize them, pushing them gently in and out. one was stuck so i had to find the hole behind brush and wiggle the toothpick in behind it and push it out. when the area is clean and brushes are free, reassemble, taking care not to damage brushes when reinserting armature. window works GREAT now with no trouble. this took my daughter and i about two hours and saved about $500 at the infinity dealership

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3.0

Failing OEM window motor replacement

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from California, MD

About Me Casual Driver

Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Flimsy

Best Uses

  • Small Cars

Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe 87,000 miles. Bought the car new in 2005. About 7-8 years in the auto function on the driver's side would roll the window down but it would get stuck. I would have to bang on the door to get the motor to kick in to roll the window up. Had to be careful about not using the auto function and using intermittent activations, and make sure the window did not go all the way down. At times the motor seemed to struggle to roll the window up. Finally replaced it with this motor. Installation was pretty straight forward with a repair manual, online vidoes, and a friend with some mechanical ingenuity, which saved hundreds of dollars, along with some other repairs. Greased the regulator well also while the door was in pieces. I'll have to see how long this lasts based on the negative reviews, but we'll see. Window works normally now but I can hear some difference between the new refurb'd motor and the passenger side window with the original motor still functioning. Had to do the reset procedure to trick the motor...very simple. Wait and see what happens months or years down the road. Maybe sell this car and get a new one while the motor still works...

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4.0

Not as bad as other reviews suggest

By 

from Roswell Ga

About Me Auto Enthusiast

Pros

  • Exact fit
  • Fast delivery
  • Good price

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

      Installed on 2004 Infiniti G35 coupe.
      The orginal motor failed five years ago and was repaired by 10 minutes of cleaning the brushs and contacts. This time cleaning did not completely fix the motor because most of the worn brushes.

      Because of the negative reviews I was concerned about getting a reman.

      The replacement motor was clean and not damaged I opened it up to confirm that the brushes and contacts were all clean and noticed that the brushes had also been replaced.

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      1.0

      Bad Rebuild Quality and Waste of Money

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      from Buffalo, NY

      About Me Auto Enthusiast

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Cheap

      Cons

      • Not reliable
      • Poor quality

      Best Uses

        Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

        This is the worst rebuild I've seen. The part looked dirty and heavily used my oem motor that was a core return looked almost brand new and is 10 years old. The unit failed after only a couple of months with minimal use. It was installed correctly, and reset procedure was done. It simply failed much like my original motor. The only good aspect of this part was the price, but when you factor installation it's not worth the hassle, as you might need to replace this every couple of months. Advanced auto however is good to work with andalways helps me out with exchanges.

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        (0 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        great product, works great

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        from Sarasota, FL

        About Me Auto Enthusiast, Casual Driver

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Small Cars

          Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

          great product, window works great

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          • No

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          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Absolute Waste of Money

          By 

          from Austin, TX

          About Me Auto Enthusiast

          Pros

          • Price

          Cons

          • Poor Reliability

          Best Uses

          • Quick Replacement Part

          Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

          Only good if you want to replace a bad part with one that will get you by (especially if you're trying to sell/trade your vehicle). Otherwise, this product is absolute junk!

          I bought it on August 10th 2013, and it died before the ink could fade on the receipt (September 25th 2013, a whole 45 days)!

          I've bought remanufactured products in the past, and they were in excellent condition including the exterior body/core. The unit I got looked as if it came from a wrecked vehicle. It had a minor dent in the outer casing, dirty, and with minor rust spots. The only new looking thing was the "reman" decal. My original core (complete unit) looked brand new compared to this thing. This should have been a red flag, as well as the other comments pertaining to this product. I needed something fast, so I bought it thinking by some outside chance this thing would last at least a year or so because of the life-time warranty that came with it.

          Save your money and time. Stay away from this brand!

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          1.0

          A Waste of Time & Money

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          from Austin, TX

          About Me Auto Enthusiast

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Price

          Cons

          • Poor Reliability

          Best Uses

          • Small Cars

          Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

          Just like previous posters said... If you like replacing this unit after 2 to 3 months of casual use, then this product is for you!

          I understand the term remanufactured, but when an item looks like it came out of the wrecking yard from another vehicle, dirty with minor dings and scratches accompanied with rust spots, this should have been a dead give away on what I was getting.

          This thing worked great for 81 days, and then just quit. Now I have to be inconvenienced trying to find a replacement, uninstalling, reinstalling and then taking the bad one back to get my money back.

          If you value your time and hard earned money, by a new one, and steer clear of this garbage.

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          1.0

          Poor Product - Did not work (Again)

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          from Germany

          About Me Auto Enthusiast, Casual Driver

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

            Cons

            • Broke Again

            Best Uses

              Comments about Cardone Window Lift Motor - Import Reman:

              Do not buy!

              I bought this lift motor two years ago. It had a limited lifetime warranty (that only lasted two years). I purchased another one and had it installed this past weekend. It does not work!! I now need to purchase ANOTHER one and return this one. This will be the THIRD motor purchased within two years.

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                  Cardone is offering lifetime warranty.

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