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its really not that bad from what i can remember. take out the rear seat, then you can take out the side panel with the speaker covers etc. then you take out the actual speakers and you can get to the window motor and it has 3 bolts that hold it in. the total process should only take about an hour or so.
1994 Mustang GT, just a few minor appearance mods, engine mostly stock (for now)
The replacement listed at the Danger Zone is the wrong part. It has a plastic body surrounding the gear, and its gear is too shallow. When it is bolted up, you can hear the motor spinning, but it doesnt engage the gear. I am waiting on them to order the one specified for the front door. Trying that one tonight.
Your Mileage may vary, but dont forget to match up the depth of the gear, in addition to the bolt pattern, etc.
I had fun getting the seat bottom out. I could see the buttons to push(small white buttons on white tabs under the center of each seat cushion), but pushing them didnt help at first. I had to push down on the seat while pushing the button, and immediately yank back up.
Buy new plastic push pin thingys. They never hold everything as tight as the first time used.
its easy as stated above remove the back seat, the plastic coves then the speaker mounting plastic and you can see the motor. the urethane ***** wore out in mine, i replaced those and saved the money of buying a new one
1983 Black GT- Sold
1988 Red GT-Sold
1995 Black GT - Cobra Front Brakes, 306, TFS 1 Cam, Eddy RPM Heads, Eddy RPM 2 Intake, 3.55 gears
1983 MERCURY CAPRI V6 "Uh-Oh Oreo"
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