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Old 04-27-2006, 08:39 PM
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Okay so here it is.... 94 Accord EX 2 dr. Power windows... The drivers side was origonally having issues going up (it would go up slow then stick and the switch would make a clicking noise...) I took a towel and wiped a bunch of gunk out of the track then sprayed some silicone lubricating spray in there and now it works 10 times better...

However, My passenger side window decided to do something screwy last night, I rolled it down the rolled it back up and it stopped an inch or two from the top and wouldn't go up any further, no sound, nothing. So I rolled it all the way down then went to roll it up and it stopped like 8 inches from the top. So I rolled it down again and had someone else roll it up while I "assisted" it up (grabbed the window and pulled up) and then it went up to almost as far as I could go before I got my fingers stuck but it will not close all the way.

Ideas? Is it a motor or regulator issue?
 
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Old 04-27-2006, 10:03 PM
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REGULATOR .. it comes as an assembly motor/regulator ..
from dealer it costs $ 148-150 ..part # 72210-SV2-003..
 
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Old 04-27-2006, 11:23 PM
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Hi Members..
Here is a News Flash for all on these Regulaters/motor combinations at a much lower price of only $93.99 drivers side part # 741-766 and passengers side $93.99 part # 741-767.
There is no core charges and the parts are new and come with a lifetime warranty at your local AutoZone store..

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Old 04-28-2006, 04:29 PM
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Nice price but if you don't have an autozone in your area TAS Auto Parts has them for like $124.00. I just need to brake down and buy it... then I'll do a sweet write up on the install....

More information. So last night it rolled down then I rolled it back up and it worked fine... Then later last night It got rolled down then when we rolled it back up it stopped like 1" from the top and now it won't go down or up and it makes no noise.... Could I possibly have a loose connection instead? Or is it acting funny enough that it must be a regulator.... nevermind If it was a loose connection then it should go all the way up when it is working....

Thanks for the help!
 
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Old 11-10-2017, 05:18 PM
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1Aauto has them for around $50 and if it fails has a lifetime guarantee. I have used them for my 96 power wndow.
 
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Ummm here's an idea...When you have it up leave it there till fixed...
 
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