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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-27-2007 Thread Starter
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1995 Power Window Motor Repair

I just bought a '95 Mustang and both of the power windows will not go up. I recently repaired the motors in my '94 F150 by replacing three rubber plugs in each motor gear box. Does anyone know if these motors in the Mustang have the same type of setup? I have a factory shop manual on the way, but it's going to be a bit before it gets here....

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if it makes a clicking noise and slowly moves up or not at all its probably the gears in the motor wich are like 20 or less at any parts store.

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if it makes a clicking noise and slowly moves up or not at all its probably the gears in the motor wich are like 20 or less at any parts store.
Or the regulator - but with both not working, I'd look at fuses first . . .

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I did a write up on how to repair windows in the 99-04 stangs a while back. I found out that the bracket that holds the windows comes loose from the silicone adhesive they use becuase of heat. The window will do down, but when you try to put it up you can hear the frame going up, but the window will slide down between it and not do much of anything.

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Went ahead and changed the motors out and everything works fine. I found one bracket (that seems to act as a window stop in the up position) sitting in the bottom of the door. The window would go up too high without the bracket, so I glued it in place and the window now stops where it should.

I do have to say these are some of the weakest looking motors I have run across. They are pretty small when one considers the size of the window they must move.

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I have a problem with my drivers side power window (95 convertible) No power to drivers door window. All other power windows work. I took the motor out and ran power to it. It worked. Is my switch bad?
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Either that or relay

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