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Old 03-25-2009, 12:17 AM   #1
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how hard is it to swith from power windows to manual? would drilling be involved? i would prob go to the local junkyard and get everything i need. How much weight would i lose?
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the weight you would lose is the actuator and all the wiring plus any fuses and relays involved. I wouldnt think it would involve any drilling just all the equipment from a manual window mustang and bolt it in. You may have to drill mounting holes but then again I have never done it. Post pics and make a write-up, could be a sticky!! Good luck
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