How to Replace a Window Regulator Motor (DIY)

How to Replace a Window Regulator Motor (DIY)

Window wont roll up? Learn how to replace a window regulator motor in your car. Replacing the window motor is less expensive than replacing the entire window regulator assembly. Replacing the window motor can fix a window that is stuck down, or doesn’t roll down at all. Also if your window is getting stuck or is slow to go up and down, or it is making a grinding or whining noise, this video will show you how to repair it.

Window regulator motors:
Dry lubricant for windows:
Butyl Tape:
Medium strength threadlocker:
Silicone Paste (dielectric grease):
Common hand tools:

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ChrisFix says:

For everyone wondering, the Lemon BMW videos are coming up shortly but we had a mishap at the race which messed up all my planned videos haha. But stay tuned because once the car is back, I have some epic videos to share with you guys!

Muhammad Tuah says:

Terima kasih abg Chris fix..

NightHawk J30 says:

That’s exactly what i did when I replaced my door look actuator when i was removing the weather shield on my 04 Accord EXV6 Sedan. Used a razor blade to carefully cut the glue.

Senshi Furōresu says:

Can you do fog light installation

numero says:

Hey Chris, could you please do a video on OBD1 diagnostics? Mostly your tips on the 12V bulb you need.
Not sure if any of your cars have OBD1 tho, but would be a cool video.

Life Zap says:

I swear Chris will always find something to fix when you think there is nothing left to fix!

Apex Fenix says:

I never thought id be one of those guys

I fell asleep to this.

H. Caner GOCMUS says:

just curious, why didn't you prefer to use shorter size screws instead of cutting?

Ethantherandom says:

Chris can u make more drift videos pls

Albert says:

Hey Chris, always making the great video. I was wondering would you creat a video of how to install window tint like professionally, but without breaking the bank?

Fred Solomon 3rd says:

Hey Cris, what camera you use

Sauceyyv says:

Hey Chris just wanted to let you know I’m purchasing a mustang because of you it’s a 1998 red

PichNich says:

It would be awesome if you could bring back the drift stang and start drifting again.

Francisco Pereira do Valle says:

You just make it seem so simple!!!

kazong lo says:

off subject but i'm working on a 2006 Subaru Tribeca, i took the timing chain off without turning the engine over so that cylinder 1 is at TDC, how can i get cylinder ! to TDC without the timing chain on?

Spectral says:

where are the drift stang videos bro?

FrostedFireFire245™ says:

this vids are so cool and help full

AddSomeRafyyy YT says:

Please add pop-up headlights to the DriftStang! That would be so cool!

Mr 50. Cal says:

Hey Chris can you show us at vids that you make from now on that how long it took you to fix.

AidanDel says:

You keep that hummer really nice!

Andres Arzate says:

Hey Chris what your Red car
You Fix your put Something

john ayacko says:

from now on you name is ChrisGOAT. I give you this name.

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