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Tue Feb 8 16:55:07 PST 2000
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Power Window Flex-track Replacement
Contributed By: Jeff Hess
I was lowering the window when I heard a clunk. I throught the
worst happened buy I tried to raise the window anyway.
Surprisingly, the window went up. It was when I put the window down
again that the trouble started. It went down in the door and stayed
I went to the local Chrysler dealer and picked up a new flex track
for about $9. To replace the flex-track, you have to open up the
door. Loosen the screws holding the flex-track/regulator/motor
assembly (there is about 9 of them. These screws were phillips head
on my 83 and torx head on the 88) You have to unbolt the top of the
flex-track from the window (One bolt, 7/16" I think).
You can then twist the flex-track/regulator/motor assembly enough
to see the end of the metal track that the flex-track "runs" on.
You can then slide the old flex-track off and the new flex-track
on. You may need to run the window motor to get the flex-track past
the regulator gear.
Once you get the flex-track on, just put everything back together.
It took me about 30 minutes for me to fix mine.
1988 Grand Wagoneer
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