Power Window Regulator and Motor Assembly
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CARQUEST Window Reg Power Window Regulator and Motor Assembly

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Power Window Regulator and Motor Assembly has been re-engineered to improve on the original design. The latest technological advances in motors, materials and cable systems have been applied to new and previously released applications.

Product Features:
  • Engineered improvements enhance performance
  • Quality tested to ensure trouble free installation, performance, and durability
  • Plug & Play – No wire splicing necessary
  • Features Anti-Pinch technology (where applicable) – Safety feature reduces risk to passengers
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Hardware Included:No
Installation Instructions Included:No
Material:Metal and Plastic
Motor:Yes
Mounting Position:Rear Left

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CARQUEST Window RegPower Window Regulator and Motor Assembly
 
3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Easy to install

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from NC

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  • Easy To Use

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      Comments about CARQUEST Window Reg Power Window Regulator and Motor Assembly:

      Easy to install and works great!

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      1.0

      Excessive cost for inferior product

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      from Wilmington, NC

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      Pros

      • Dimensionally acceptable

      Cons

      • Flimsy

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        Comments about CARQUEST Window Reg Power Window Regulator and Motor Assembly:

        This product design is inferior because the point of failure is caused by use of plastic when an engineered plastic or metal would be superior. I have replaced two Dorman regulators on my 2003 Trailblazer and one on my 2003 BMW. All failed because the cable end is retained in a plastic fitting. The assembly costs over $150 when the point of failure is a 20 Cent part. Also, the studs that are used to clamp the glass to the lift bracket are too short. This was true on both the Trailblazer and BMW units. I had to use the old bracket from the old unit to make the nut engage the stud. The unit did fit the doors acceptably when installed. I was particularly frustrated to learn that the T'blazer units could not be obtained without the motor, which in both cases was working fine when the units failed. I rebuilt the regulator on a 1969 Chrysler over thirty years ago by replacing the worm gear drive, not replacing the whole assembly. If I had only one part to fail, I would not be so frustrated. But having three assemblies of about the same age from two different manufacturers fail is obviously a design deficiency. The irony is that there is not an alternative design that can be used.

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