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Old 07-31-2013, 09:20 AM   #1
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Power window problem

I have a 2000 focus se and recently as i was putting up my window i heard a crunch and the window stopped going up but i could hear the motor working still. I opened up the door panel and saw a broken plastic piece of the power window assembly lying on the bottom. To fix this what part do i need? The motor still sounds like it works so does anyone know if they sell individual parts for it?


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Old 07-31-2013, 10:34 AM   #2
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You just buy the complete window motor and regulator assembly for a little over $100.

You can find the little white plastic clips for sale ($8) to repair the broken part only, good luck with that if you try it.
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Old 07-31-2013, 10:38 AM   #3
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you probably only need the regulator and one could be had from a yard for 20 bucks if you're shrewd
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Look at the white clips for cracks at the junkyard, most available there will be cracked and not worth putting in as they can again break same way in five minutes. If the plastic has no cracks then go for it. Those plastic window clips are garbage even when new.

elsolo, where can you get clips for $8? I've seen cost that low on ebay but arabic company that I really don't want to do business with, no mention of shipping or other costs either. I'm a little hesitant to just give them a credit card number. Seen what appear to be more reliable supplier for $20 but then add shipping and part starting to get too high.
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