How to Replace Window Regulator 08-16 Chrysler Town & Country

How to Replace Window Regulator 08-16 Chrysler Town & Country

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Most power window problems can be traced back to either the regulator or the motor that drives it. TRQ produces affordable window regulators and motors that are designed specifically to fit your vehicle! This video shows you how to replace both the window regulator and the motor on your 2008-16 Chrysler Town & Country.

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ctb2 says:

If I ever see you I'll buy you one maybe even two beers. Thanks!

Jeff Gill says:

Great video. Really helped to provide step by step instructions how to replace the window regulator. Only difficult part was getting the rods reattached.

FishyReview says:

Thank you times a million! Your instructions were so clear and easy to follow. My only difference was that the regulator had broken so the window was all the way down. I was able to take loose the inside panel ahead of time and one of the broken cables was up near the top left and when I yanked it, the window came up enough to grab it.

Amtonio says:

If the regulator metal wire is tangled do i try t9 fix it or do i replace the regulator unit with a new one?

Amtonio says:

Sir your the best. Thank you sooooo much.

Bill M says:

Thanks for an outstanding tutorial. My window motor was OK but the grooves on the plastic spool that the wire cables wind on had worn and the cables got crossed up and kinked. 55 bucks at NAPA and the fact that they had it on the shelf says this is pretty common. If your window is all the way down, you can use a pry bar underneath the glass once the door panel is removed, and have a helper lift the glass from the top and tape it in place.

Json G says:

Would this apply to the 2013 Chrysler 300s passenger front window, please let me know

John Sczerby says:

No need to grease the new regulator's tracks…?

Greg Rios says:

Thank yall. Saved me 60 bucks doing it mydelf

Sara Shanahan says:

great vid but the design is over kill .an if chrysler would do a less sensitive switch so it wouldn't stripe out yhe gears .i have change this twice on our car an it doesn't even have 50,00o miles yet

David Brambila says:

Very professional instructions. I’m glad I came across this video

Jeremiah A. says:

I got one side of window in regulator, but not the other and now that side is stuck behind the regulator! Help!

Matt Ruetz says:

Great video. I would not have been able to do without it. Consulted it throughout the job and worked great. Had most trouble on disconnecting and reconnection of the lock rod which to tough to see and get to. He gets a better camera shot when reconnecting it. Once you understand how those plastic things that secure the connection work, it is easier to do. One other thing for me that was different, is that my window was broke in the down position. As other commentors said, use the speaker hole to pull up the window manually and they you can disconnect and tape in place per the video. Upon reinstall, you need to hook up window controls temporarily like he does in the disassembly part and adjust the window up so you can get the tabs to click it into place. Even though the window in not fully in the tabs it will still push the window into position enough to access the tabs and complete the job. You then disconnect the window controls again and reassemble just like the video.

sj122s says:

Great video! You did a good job describing how to repair! I remember when windows just had a hand crank on them… I always liked those better…. The hand crank was a good regulator….

Kenny C says:

Nice thorough video!! I just replaced a regulator in a '10 last week. After working on cars for over 30 years my opinion is there's NO WAY this had to be so difficult and criminally complicated. It seems as though Chrysler has taken a few pages from the Mercedes book and over complicated a half hour job deliberately.

Jake Winston says:

So my window fell completely down. I believe it’s still in one piece. Should I follow the same routine just figure out how to bring that window up before like how you taped it there?

James King says:

Great video! Wish I had watched it all the way through before I started! Had to rewind a few times. I will be looking for your videos next time I have a repair!

John Harris says:

At 9:32 the clips that attach to the window are all the way down, then with the "let's get that motor installed" those clips are 3/4 of the way up. How did that happen?

John Harris says:

Thank you…

skymac79 says:

T30 for the 4 regulator bolts.

Jack Benedetti says:

You have helped me twice with this video. Thank you so much


So do all the doors fit each other

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