How to Replace Front Window Regulator 2000-06 GMC Yukon

How to Replace Front Window Regulator 2000-06 GMC Yukon

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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 2000-06 GMC Yukon.

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James Hilliard says:

When you temporarily reattach the old regulator to the switch to lower the bracket from the glass; its working, so why change it?

Anthony Spadafora says:

Well done…Thank you

David Carter says:

My back driver side door window will roll down, but won't roll back up past 1/5th of the way. I can tell if I need to replace the motor or the window holder. I notice the clamps that hold the window also won't stay in their location so I had to use zip ties to hold in onto the doors frame through some wholes. Any help?

Rolando Barral says:

Great job! I like the way you make
It look simple ! Very good video, especially for something I need to do! Thank you! Really get a lot of info from all your videos!

DENNIS Mulkey says:

great job thanks

Jeremy Hagen says:

Save yourself and just take out the switch assembly to put the window up and down. Much easier to see than putting the door panel off and on.

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