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Dorman
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Power Window Motor - Front Left Dorman

P311-536D1EA    742-150  New

42-144 , 12362900 , 22062528 , 22039707 , 42-23 , 11M23 , 72458 , 12362901 , 82-144 , 12497971 , 16629278 , WL42000 , 22030652 , 42-19 , 24015712 , 12487630 , 22030651 , 42-16 , 82458

Qty:
$27.13
Dorman Power Window Motor  Front Left
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm ?Çô Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Mounting Screws And Nuts
Brand: Dorman
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal Front Left
Dorman
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Power Window Motor - Front Right Dorman

P311-536D1EA    742-150  New

42-144 , 12362900 , 22062528 , 22039707 , 42-23 , 11M23 , 72458 , 12362901 , 82-144 , 12497971 , 16629278 , WL42000 , 22030652 , 42-19 , 24015712 , 12487630 , 22030651 , 42-16 , 82458

Qty:
$27.13
Dorman Power Window Motor  Front Right
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm ?Çô Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Mounting Screws And Nuts
Brand: Dorman
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal Front Right
Dorman
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Power Window Motor - Rear Left Dorman

P311-536D1EA    742-150  New

42-144 , 12362900 , 22062528 , 22039707 , 42-23 , 11M23 , 72458 , 12362901 , 82-144 , 12497971 , 16629278 , WL42000 , 22030652 , 42-19 , 24015712 , 12487630 , 22030651 , 42-16 , 82458

Qty:
$27.13
Dorman Power Window Motor  Rear Left
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm ?Çô Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Mounting Screws And Nuts
Brand: Dorman
Position: Rear Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal Rear Left
Dorman
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Power Window Motor - Rear Right Dorman

P311-536D1EA    742-150  New

42-144 , 12362900 , 22062528 , 22039707 , 42-23 , 11M23 , 72458 , 12362901 , 82-144 , 12497971 , 16629278 , WL42000 , 22030652 , 42-19 , 24015712 , 12487630 , 22030651 , 42-16 , 82458

Qty:
$27.13
Dorman Power Window Motor  Rear Right
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm ?Çô Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Mounting Screws And Nuts
Brand: Dorman
Position: Rear Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal Rear Right
Dorman
1979 Buick Riviera Power Window Motor - Front Left Dorman

P311-536D1EA    742-150  New

42-144 , 12362900 , 22062528 , 22039707 , 42-23 , 11M23 , 72458 , 12362901 , 82-144 , 12497971 , 16629278 , WL42000 , 22030652 , 42-19 , 24015712 , 12487630 , 22030651 , 42-16 , 82458

Qty:
$27.13
Dorman Power Window Motor  Front Left
  • Stamped Metal Design
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm ?Çô Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Mounting Screws And Nuts
Brand: Dorman
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1979 - Buick Riviera Front Left
Dorman
1979 Buick Riviera Power Window Motor - Front Right Dorman

P311-536D1EA    742-150  New

42-144 , 12362900 , 22062528 , 22039707 , 42-23 , 11M23 , 72458 , 12362901 , 82-144 , 12497971 , 16629278 , WL42000 , 22030652 , 42-19 , 24015712 , 12487630 , 22030651 , 42-16 , 82458

Qty:
$27.13
Dorman Power Window Motor  Front Right
  • Stamped Metal Design
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm ?Çô Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Mounting Screws And Nuts
Brand: Dorman
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1979 - Buick Riviera Front Right
Cardone
1980 Buick Skylark Power Window Motor - Rear Left Cardone - New Window Lift Motor

P311-139E509    82-144  New

22062528 , 22621948 , 22154371 , 22621946 , 22030445 , 16636617 , 16636616 , 22021670 , 22020900 , 22144260 , 22029848 , 22621947 , 22039707 , 12487630 , 24015712 , 12497971 , 22621949 , 22621950 , 22087327 , 12362901 , 22010457 , 22087328 , 22121553 , 22010458 , 12512994 , 22621951 , 20480564 , 12362900

Qty:
$36.82
Cardone Power Window Motor  Rear Left
  • New Window Lift Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Motor Equipped With An Anti-pinch Safety Feature Typically Has 5 Or More Terminals Or Pins As Well As An Express-up Feature On The Window Switch.
      • An External Module Monitors The Rotation Of The Internal Gear. If There Is A Change In The Pulse Train Of The Sensor Before The Window If Fully Closed, The Module Will Interpret This Change As Something Preventing The Window From Moving Easily, Which Cau
      • Can I Bench-test A Case Grounded Motor?
      • Do All Vehicles With Power Windows Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Dry Or Worn Weather-strip And Tracks, Dirty Switch Contacts, Or Damaged Window Regulator Could Be Causing These Problems.
      • How Can I Tell If My Vehicle Has An Anti-pinch Window Lift Motor?
      • How Does The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Work?
      • Is It Necessary To Reset A Motor That Has The Anti-pinch Safety Feature After Installation?
      • Most 2-terminal Or 2-wire Motors Are Grounded Through The Control Switch; However, Some Older Applications Use The Motor Housing As A Common Ground. If Power Supply And Ground Are Applied Directly To The Terminals Of A Motor With This Design, An Internal
      • My Window Drops 2 To 3 Inches From The Upper Window Channel, Then Stops When I Use The “auto-up” Feature In My Toyota Or Nissan. What’s Causing This?
      • My Window Lift Motor Is Moving Slowly, Binding And Is Very Noisy When Operated. What Could Be Causing The Problem?
      • Noisy Operation Or A Popping Sound Can Be Misdiagnosed As A Window Lift Motor Problem. What May Actually Be Happening Is The Regulator Cable Hold-down May Be Broken Or Missing; This Would Allow The Cable To Snag On The Window Regulator Bracket As The Win
      • Not If The Motor Is Installed And Is Not Disturbed From Its Factory-set Position. If The Motor Is Operated Before Being Coupled To Regulator, Then It Will Need To Be Reset.
      • The Anti-pinch Feature Was Introduced By Opel In 1986. Most Vehicles Built After 2008 With An Auto-up And Auto-down Switch Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature.
      • The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Prevents The Window Glass From Reaching The End Of Its Upward Travel When The System Senses An Obstacle In The Path Of The Glass.
      • The Likely Cause Is A Window Lift Motor That Was Bench-tested Or Operated Before Being Installed Into The Window Regulator. This Action Cancels The Upper Limit Position. All Express Up/down Motors Are Shipped In The “full Up” Position And Should Not Be B
      • The Vehicle May Have Faulty Wiring Or A Defective Control Switch. Most 2-wire Window Lift Motors Depend On A Voltage Polarity Change To Control Direction. If The Motor Runs In One Direction But Not The Other, The Problem Is Most Likely In The Wiring Or S
      • What Causes Noisy Operation Or Popping On A Window Lift Motor With A Cable-type Regulator Design?
      • What’s An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Why Does My 2-wire Window Lift Motor Only Run In One Direction?
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Brushes Are Precisely Designed To Ensure Armature And Contacts Are Properly Matched
      • Designed With A Stronger, Less Brittle Material Than O.e. To Prevent Premature Wear, Stripping And Breakage
      • Every Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life
      • Guaranteed Fit And Function
      • Load Testing Ensures Guaranteed Performance Every Time
      • Magnets Deliver The Right Amount Of Torque Needed To Withstand Extreme Weather Conditions And To Compensate For Other Worn Components In The Window Lift System
      • Meets Or Exceeds O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are Designed With Extra Torque Motors To Prevent Premature Failure Resulting From Improperly Lubricated Window Lift Regulators
    • Mounting Type: Rivets
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: New
    • Window Motor Use Location: Front Left; Front Right; Rear Left; Rear Right
  • Building on decades of experience using reverse engineering to remanufacture automotive wiper motors, CARDONE engineers have meticulously designed our CARDONE New Window Lift Motors as an improvement over the original design. Our motor gears are designed with a stronger, less brittle material to prevent premature wear, stripping and breakage – resulting in a product you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1980 - Buick Skylark Rear Left
Cardone
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Power Window Motor - Front Right Cardone - New Window Lift Motor

P311-139E509    82-144  New

22062528 , 22621948 , 22154371 , 22621946 , 22030445 , 16636617 , 16636616 , 22021670 , 22020900 , 22144260 , 22029848 , 22621947 , 22039707 , 12487630 , 24015712 , 12497971 , 22621949 , 22621950 , 22087327 , 12362901 , 22010457 , 22087328 , 22121553 , 22010458 , 12512994 , 22621951 , 20480564 , 12362900

Qty:
$36.82
Cardone Power Window Motor  Front Right
  • New Window Lift Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Motor Equipped With An Anti-pinch Safety Feature Typically Has 5 Or More Terminals Or Pins As Well As An Express-up Feature On The Window Switch.
      • An External Module Monitors The Rotation Of The Internal Gear. If There Is A Change In The Pulse Train Of The Sensor Before The Window If Fully Closed, The Module Will Interpret This Change As Something Preventing The Window From Moving Easily, Which Cau
      • Can I Bench-test A Case Grounded Motor?
      • Do All Vehicles With Power Windows Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Dry Or Worn Weather-strip And Tracks, Dirty Switch Contacts, Or Damaged Window Regulator Could Be Causing These Problems.
      • How Can I Tell If My Vehicle Has An Anti-pinch Window Lift Motor?
      • How Does The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Work?
      • Is It Necessary To Reset A Motor That Has The Anti-pinch Safety Feature After Installation?
      • Most 2-terminal Or 2-wire Motors Are Grounded Through The Control Switch; However, Some Older Applications Use The Motor Housing As A Common Ground. If Power Supply And Ground Are Applied Directly To The Terminals Of A Motor With This Design, An Internal
      • My Window Drops 2 To 3 Inches From The Upper Window Channel, Then Stops When I Use The “auto-up” Feature In My Toyota Or Nissan. What’s Causing This?
      • My Window Lift Motor Is Moving Slowly, Binding And Is Very Noisy When Operated. What Could Be Causing The Problem?
      • Noisy Operation Or A Popping Sound Can Be Misdiagnosed As A Window Lift Motor Problem. What May Actually Be Happening Is The Regulator Cable Hold-down May Be Broken Or Missing; This Would Allow The Cable To Snag On The Window Regulator Bracket As The Win
      • Not If The Motor Is Installed And Is Not Disturbed From Its Factory-set Position. If The Motor Is Operated Before Being Coupled To Regulator, Then It Will Need To Be Reset.
      • The Anti-pinch Feature Was Introduced By Opel In 1986. Most Vehicles Built After 2008 With An Auto-up And Auto-down Switch Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature.
      • The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Prevents The Window Glass From Reaching The End Of Its Upward Travel When The System Senses An Obstacle In The Path Of The Glass.
      • The Likely Cause Is A Window Lift Motor That Was Bench-tested Or Operated Before Being Installed Into The Window Regulator. This Action Cancels The Upper Limit Position. All Express Up/down Motors Are Shipped In The “full Up” Position And Should Not Be B
      • The Vehicle May Have Faulty Wiring Or A Defective Control Switch. Most 2-wire Window Lift Motors Depend On A Voltage Polarity Change To Control Direction. If The Motor Runs In One Direction But Not The Other, The Problem Is Most Likely In The Wiring Or S
      • What Causes Noisy Operation Or Popping On A Window Lift Motor With A Cable-type Regulator Design?
      • What’s An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Why Does My 2-wire Window Lift Motor Only Run In One Direction?
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Brushes Are Precisely Designed To Ensure Armature And Contacts Are Properly Matched
      • Designed With A Stronger, Less Brittle Material Than O.e. To Prevent Premature Wear, Stripping And Breakage
      • Every Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life
      • Guaranteed Fit And Function
      • Load Testing Ensures Guaranteed Performance Every Time
      • Magnets Deliver The Right Amount Of Torque Needed To Withstand Extreme Weather Conditions And To Compensate For Other Worn Components In The Window Lift System
      • Meets Or Exceeds O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are Designed With Extra Torque Motors To Prevent Premature Failure Resulting From Improperly Lubricated Window Lift Regulators
    • Mounting Type: Rivets
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: New
    • Window Motor Use Location: Front Left; Front Right; Rear Left; Rear Right
  • Building on decades of experience using reverse engineering to remanufacture automotive wiper motors, CARDONE engineers have meticulously designed our CARDONE New Window Lift Motors as an improvement over the original design. Our motor gears are designed with a stronger, less brittle material to prevent premature wear, stripping and breakage – resulting in a product you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal Front Right
Cardone
1980 Buick Skylark Power Window Motor - Rear Right Cardone - New Window Lift Motor

P311-139E509    82-144  New

22062528 , 22621948 , 22154371 , 22621946 , 22030445 , 16636617 , 16636616 , 22021670 , 22020900 , 22144260 , 22029848 , 22621947 , 22039707 , 12487630 , 24015712 , 12497971 , 22621949 , 22621950 , 22087327 , 12362901 , 22010457 , 22087328 , 22121553 , 22010458 , 12512994 , 22621951 , 20480564 , 12362900

Qty:
$36.82
Cardone Power Window Motor  Rear Right
  • New Window Lift Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Motor Equipped With An Anti-pinch Safety Feature Typically Has 5 Or More Terminals Or Pins As Well As An Express-up Feature On The Window Switch.
      • An External Module Monitors The Rotation Of The Internal Gear. If There Is A Change In The Pulse Train Of The Sensor Before The Window If Fully Closed, The Module Will Interpret This Change As Something Preventing The Window From Moving Easily, Which Cau
      • Can I Bench-test A Case Grounded Motor?
      • Do All Vehicles With Power Windows Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Dry Or Worn Weather-strip And Tracks, Dirty Switch Contacts, Or Damaged Window Regulator Could Be Causing These Problems.
      • How Can I Tell If My Vehicle Has An Anti-pinch Window Lift Motor?
      • How Does The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Work?
      • Is It Necessary To Reset A Motor That Has The Anti-pinch Safety Feature After Installation?
      • Most 2-terminal Or 2-wire Motors Are Grounded Through The Control Switch; However, Some Older Applications Use The Motor Housing As A Common Ground. If Power Supply And Ground Are Applied Directly To The Terminals Of A Motor With This Design, An Internal
      • My Window Drops 2 To 3 Inches From The Upper Window Channel, Then Stops When I Use The “auto-up” Feature In My Toyota Or Nissan. What’s Causing This?
      • My Window Lift Motor Is Moving Slowly, Binding And Is Very Noisy When Operated. What Could Be Causing The Problem?
      • Noisy Operation Or A Popping Sound Can Be Misdiagnosed As A Window Lift Motor Problem. What May Actually Be Happening Is The Regulator Cable Hold-down May Be Broken Or Missing; This Would Allow The Cable To Snag On The Window Regulator Bracket As The Win
      • Not If The Motor Is Installed And Is Not Disturbed From Its Factory-set Position. If The Motor Is Operated Before Being Coupled To Regulator, Then It Will Need To Be Reset.
      • The Anti-pinch Feature Was Introduced By Opel In 1986. Most Vehicles Built After 2008 With An Auto-up And Auto-down Switch Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature.
      • The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Prevents The Window Glass From Reaching The End Of Its Upward Travel When The System Senses An Obstacle In The Path Of The Glass.
      • The Likely Cause Is A Window Lift Motor That Was Bench-tested Or Operated Before Being Installed Into The Window Regulator. This Action Cancels The Upper Limit Position. All Express Up/down Motors Are Shipped In The “full Up” Position And Should Not Be B
      • The Vehicle May Have Faulty Wiring Or A Defective Control Switch. Most 2-wire Window Lift Motors Depend On A Voltage Polarity Change To Control Direction. If The Motor Runs In One Direction But Not The Other, The Problem Is Most Likely In The Wiring Or S
      • What Causes Noisy Operation Or Popping On A Window Lift Motor With A Cable-type Regulator Design?
      • What’s An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Why Does My 2-wire Window Lift Motor Only Run In One Direction?
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Brushes Are Precisely Designed To Ensure Armature And Contacts Are Properly Matched
      • Designed With A Stronger, Less Brittle Material Than O.e. To Prevent Premature Wear, Stripping And Breakage
      • Every Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life
      • Guaranteed Fit And Function
      • Load Testing Ensures Guaranteed Performance Every Time
      • Magnets Deliver The Right Amount Of Torque Needed To Withstand Extreme Weather Conditions And To Compensate For Other Worn Components In The Window Lift System
      • Meets Or Exceeds O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are Designed With Extra Torque Motors To Prevent Premature Failure Resulting From Improperly Lubricated Window Lift Regulators
    • Mounting Type: Rivets
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: New
    • Window Motor Use Location: Front Left; Front Right; Rear Left; Rear Right
  • Building on decades of experience using reverse engineering to remanufacture automotive wiper motors, CARDONE engineers have meticulously designed our CARDONE New Window Lift Motors as an improvement over the original design. Our motor gears are designed with a stronger, less brittle material to prevent premature wear, stripping and breakage – resulting in a product you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1980 - Buick Skylark Rear Right
Cardone
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Power Window Motor - Front Left Cardone - New Window Lift Motor

P311-139E509    82-144  New

22062528 , 22621948 , 22154371 , 22621946 , 22030445 , 16636617 , 16636616 , 22021670 , 22020900 , 22144260 , 22029848 , 22621947 , 22039707 , 12487630 , 24015712 , 12497971 , 22621949 , 22621950 , 22087327 , 12362901 , 22010457 , 22087328 , 22121553 , 22010458 , 12512994 , 22621951 , 20480564 , 12362900

Qty:
$36.82
Cardone Power Window Motor  Front Left
  • New Window Lift Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Motor Equipped With An Anti-pinch Safety Feature Typically Has 5 Or More Terminals Or Pins As Well As An Express-up Feature On The Window Switch.
      • An External Module Monitors The Rotation Of The Internal Gear. If There Is A Change In The Pulse Train Of The Sensor Before The Window If Fully Closed, The Module Will Interpret This Change As Something Preventing The Window From Moving Easily, Which Cau
      • Can I Bench-test A Case Grounded Motor?
      • Do All Vehicles With Power Windows Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Dry Or Worn Weather-strip And Tracks, Dirty Switch Contacts, Or Damaged Window Regulator Could Be Causing These Problems.
      • How Can I Tell If My Vehicle Has An Anti-pinch Window Lift Motor?
      • How Does The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Work?
      • Is It Necessary To Reset A Motor That Has The Anti-pinch Safety Feature After Installation?
      • Most 2-terminal Or 2-wire Motors Are Grounded Through The Control Switch; However, Some Older Applications Use The Motor Housing As A Common Ground. If Power Supply And Ground Are Applied Directly To The Terminals Of A Motor With This Design, An Internal
      • My Window Drops 2 To 3 Inches From The Upper Window Channel, Then Stops When I Use The “auto-up” Feature In My Toyota Or Nissan. What’s Causing This?
      • My Window Lift Motor Is Moving Slowly, Binding And Is Very Noisy When Operated. What Could Be Causing The Problem?
      • Noisy Operation Or A Popping Sound Can Be Misdiagnosed As A Window Lift Motor Problem. What May Actually Be Happening Is The Regulator Cable Hold-down May Be Broken Or Missing; This Would Allow The Cable To Snag On The Window Regulator Bracket As The Win
      • Not If The Motor Is Installed And Is Not Disturbed From Its Factory-set Position. If The Motor Is Operated Before Being Coupled To Regulator, Then It Will Need To Be Reset.
      • The Anti-pinch Feature Was Introduced By Opel In 1986. Most Vehicles Built After 2008 With An Auto-up And Auto-down Switch Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature.
      • The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Prevents The Window Glass From Reaching The End Of Its Upward Travel When The System Senses An Obstacle In The Path Of The Glass.
      • The Likely Cause Is A Window Lift Motor That Was Bench-tested Or Operated Before Being Installed Into The Window Regulator. This Action Cancels The Upper Limit Position. All Express Up/down Motors Are Shipped In The “full Up” Position And Should Not Be B
      • The Vehicle May Have Faulty Wiring Or A Defective Control Switch. Most 2-wire Window Lift Motors Depend On A Voltage Polarity Change To Control Direction. If The Motor Runs In One Direction But Not The Other, The Problem Is Most Likely In The Wiring Or S
      • What Causes Noisy Operation Or Popping On A Window Lift Motor With A Cable-type Regulator Design?
      • What’s An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Why Does My 2-wire Window Lift Motor Only Run In One Direction?
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Brushes Are Precisely Designed To Ensure Armature And Contacts Are Properly Matched
      • Designed With A Stronger, Less Brittle Material Than O.e. To Prevent Premature Wear, Stripping And Breakage
      • Every Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life
      • Guaranteed Fit And Function
      • Load Testing Ensures Guaranteed Performance Every Time
      • Magnets Deliver The Right Amount Of Torque Needed To Withstand Extreme Weather Conditions And To Compensate For Other Worn Components In The Window Lift System
      • Meets Or Exceeds O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are Designed With Extra Torque Motors To Prevent Premature Failure Resulting From Improperly Lubricated Window Lift Regulators
    • Mounting Type: Rivets
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: New
    • Window Motor Use Location: Front Left; Front Right; Rear Left; Rear Right
  • Building on decades of experience using reverse engineering to remanufacture automotive wiper motors, CARDONE engineers have meticulously designed our CARDONE New Window Lift Motors as an improvement over the original design. Our motor gears are designed with a stronger, less brittle material to prevent premature wear, stripping and breakage – resulting in a product you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal Front Left
Cardone
1992 Buick Skylark Power Window Motor - Rear Right Cardone - Reman. Window Lift Motor

P311-2B1C2FC    42-144  Remanufactured

22154371 , 22621951 , 12512994 , 12362900 , 22144260 , 22621949 , 22621947 , 22121553 , 12487630 , 12497971 , 16629278 , 22621948 , 12362901 , 22621946 , 16636617 , 24015712 , 16636616 , 22621950 , 22087328

Qty:
$3.60 $25.82
Cardone Power Window Motor  Rear Right
  • Remanufactured Window Lift Motor
  • Reman. Window Lift Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Motor Equipped With An Anti-pinch Safety Feature Typically Has 5 Or More Terminals Or Pins As Well As An Express-up Feature On The Window Switch.
      • An External Module Monitors The Rotation Of The Internal Gear. If There Is A Change In The Pulse Train Of The Sensor Before The Window If Fully Closed, The Module Will Interpret This Change As Something Preventing The Window From Moving Easily, Which Cau
      • Can I Bench-test A Case Grounded Motor?
      • Do All Vehicles With Power Windows Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Dry Or Worn Weather-strip And Tracks, Dirty Switch Contacts, Or Damaged Window Regulator Could Be Causing These Problems.
      • How Can I Tell If My Vehicle Has An Anti-pinch Window Lift Motor?
      • How Does The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Work?
      • Is It Necessary To Reset A Motor That Has The Anti-pinch Safety Feature After Installation?
      • Most 2-terminal Or 2-wire Motors Are Grounded Through The Control Switch; However, Some Older Applications Use The Motor Housing As A Common Ground. If Power Supply And Ground Are Applied Directly To The Terminals Of A Motor With This Design, An Internal
      • My Window Drops 2 To 3 Inches From The Upper Window Channel, Then Stops When I Use The “auto-up” Feature In My Toyota Or Nissan. What’s Causing This?
      • My Window Lift Motor Is Moving Slowly, Binding And Is Very Noisy When Operated. What Could Be Causing The Problem?
      • Noisy Operation Or A Popping Sound Can Be Misdiagnosed As A Window Lift Motor Problem. What May Actually Be Happening Is The Regulator Cable Hold-down May Be Broken Or Missing; This Would Allow The Cable To Snag On The Window Regulator Bracket As The Win
      • Not If The Motor Is Installed And Is Not Disturbed From Its Factory-set Position. If The Motor Is Operated Before Being Coupled To Regulator, Then It Will Need To Be Reset.
      • The Anti-pinch Feature Was Introduced By Opel In 1986. Most Vehicles Built After 2008 With An Auto-up And Auto-down Switch Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature.
      • The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Prevents The Window Glass From Reaching The End Of Its Upward Travel When The System Senses An Obstacle In The Path Of The Glass.
      • The Likely Cause Is A Window Lift Motor That Was Bench-tested Or Operated Before Being Installed Into The Window Regulator. This Action Cancels The Upper Limit Position. All Express Up/down Motors Are Shipped In The “full Up” Position And Should Not Be B
      • The Vehicle May Have Faulty Wiring Or A Defective Control Switch. Most 2-wire Window Lift Motors Depend On A Voltage Polarity Change To Control Direction. If The Motor Runs In One Direction But Not The Other, The Problem Is Most Likely In The Wiring Or S
      • What Causes Noisy Operation Or Popping On A Window Lift Motor With A Cable-type Regulator Design?
      • What’s An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Why Does My 2-wire Window Lift Motor Only Run In One Direction?
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Each Motor Is 100% Tested. Testing Includes Loading The Motor On A Simulated Window Fixture To Verify Speed And Strength Of The Motor
      • Every Motor Has Its Internal Components Inspected And Gauged. Bushings Are Gauged And Re-impregnated With Lubricating Oil, Ball Bearings Are Replaced With New And Armatures Are Fully Tested To Ensure Insulation
      • Every Remanufactured Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life
      • Every Remanufactured Motor Is Fully Compatible With The O.e. Mounting And Regulator
      • For Motors Which Have An Auto Up / Down Feature, Output Signals And Pulse Counts Are Matched To The Vehicle Application And Motors Are Shipped In The ‘full Up Position’
      • Internal Gears Are Gauged, Inspected And Renewed For Reuse Or Replaced If Out Of Spec. Replacement Gears Are Redesigned With A Stronger, Less Brittle Material Than O.e. To Prevent Premature Wear, Stripping And Breakage
      • Motor Magnets Are 100% Recharged, Guaranteeing Efficiency And Reliability
    • Mounting Type: Through Hole
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Screws, Nuts, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Window Motor Use Location: Rear Right; Front Right; Rear Left; Front Left
  • CARDONE® Remanufactured Window Lift Motors are direct-fit O.E. replacements that began as Original Equipment cores. Each unit is re-engineered, renewed and tested to match O.E. performance. For nearly half a century, CARDONE Remanufactured Window Lift Motors have provided rock-solid reliability that you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1992 - Buick Skylark Rear Right
Cardone
1992 Buick Skylark Power Window Motor - Front Left Cardone - Reman. Window Lift Motor

P311-2B1C2FC    42-144  Remanufactured

22154371 , 22621951 , 12512994 , 12362900 , 22144260 , 22621949 , 22621947 , 22121553 , 12487630 , 12497971 , 16629278 , 22621948 , 12362901 , 22621946 , 16636617 , 24015712 , 16636616 , 22621950 , 22087328

Qty:
$3.60 $25.82
Cardone Power Window Motor  Front Left
  • Remanufactured Window Lift Motor
  • Reman. Window Lift Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Motor Equipped With An Anti-pinch Safety Feature Typically Has 5 Or More Terminals Or Pins As Well As An Express-up Feature On The Window Switch.
      • An External Module Monitors The Rotation Of The Internal Gear. If There Is A Change In The Pulse Train Of The Sensor Before The Window If Fully Closed, The Module Will Interpret This Change As Something Preventing The Window From Moving Easily, Which Cau
      • Can I Bench-test A Case Grounded Motor?
      • Do All Vehicles With Power Windows Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Dry Or Worn Weather-strip And Tracks, Dirty Switch Contacts, Or Damaged Window Regulator Could Be Causing These Problems.
      • How Can I Tell If My Vehicle Has An Anti-pinch Window Lift Motor?
      • How Does The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Work?
      • Is It Necessary To Reset A Motor That Has The Anti-pinch Safety Feature After Installation?
      • Most 2-terminal Or 2-wire Motors Are Grounded Through The Control Switch; However, Some Older Applications Use The Motor Housing As A Common Ground. If Power Supply And Ground Are Applied Directly To The Terminals Of A Motor With This Design, An Internal
      • My Window Drops 2 To 3 Inches From The Upper Window Channel, Then Stops When I Use The “auto-up” Feature In My Toyota Or Nissan. What’s Causing This?
      • My Window Lift Motor Is Moving Slowly, Binding And Is Very Noisy When Operated. What Could Be Causing The Problem?
      • Noisy Operation Or A Popping Sound Can Be Misdiagnosed As A Window Lift Motor Problem. What May Actually Be Happening Is The Regulator Cable Hold-down May Be Broken Or Missing; This Would Allow The Cable To Snag On The Window Regulator Bracket As The Win
      • Not If The Motor Is Installed And Is Not Disturbed From Its Factory-set Position. If The Motor Is Operated Before Being Coupled To Regulator, Then It Will Need To Be Reset.
      • The Anti-pinch Feature Was Introduced By Opel In 1986. Most Vehicles Built After 2008 With An Auto-up And Auto-down Switch Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature.
      • The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Prevents The Window Glass From Reaching The End Of Its Upward Travel When The System Senses An Obstacle In The Path Of The Glass.
      • The Likely Cause Is A Window Lift Motor That Was Bench-tested Or Operated Before Being Installed Into The Window Regulator. This Action Cancels The Upper Limit Position. All Express Up/down Motors Are Shipped In The “full Up” Position And Should Not Be B
      • The Vehicle May Have Faulty Wiring Or A Defective Control Switch. Most 2-wire Window Lift Motors Depend On A Voltage Polarity Change To Control Direction. If The Motor Runs In One Direction But Not The Other, The Problem Is Most Likely In The Wiring Or S
      • What Causes Noisy Operation Or Popping On A Window Lift Motor With A Cable-type Regulator Design?
      • What’s An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Why Does My 2-wire Window Lift Motor Only Run In One Direction?
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Each Motor Is 100% Tested. Testing Includes Loading The Motor On A Simulated Window Fixture To Verify Speed And Strength Of The Motor
      • Every Motor Has Its Internal Components Inspected And Gauged. Bushings Are Gauged And Re-impregnated With Lubricating Oil, Ball Bearings Are Replaced With New And Armatures Are Fully Tested To Ensure Insulation
      • Every Remanufactured Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life
      • Every Remanufactured Motor Is Fully Compatible With The O.e. Mounting And Regulator
      • For Motors Which Have An Auto Up / Down Feature, Output Signals And Pulse Counts Are Matched To The Vehicle Application And Motors Are Shipped In The ‘full Up Position’
      • Internal Gears Are Gauged, Inspected And Renewed For Reuse Or Replaced If Out Of Spec. Replacement Gears Are Redesigned With A Stronger, Less Brittle Material Than O.e. To Prevent Premature Wear, Stripping And Breakage
      • Motor Magnets Are 100% Recharged, Guaranteeing Efficiency And Reliability
    • Mounting Type: Through Hole
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Screws, Nuts, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Window Motor Use Location: Rear Right; Front Right; Rear Left; Front Left
  • CARDONE® Remanufactured Window Lift Motors are direct-fit O.E. replacements that began as Original Equipment cores. Each unit is re-engineered, renewed and tested to match O.E. performance. For nearly half a century, CARDONE Remanufactured Window Lift Motors have provided rock-solid reliability that you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1992 - Buick Skylark Front Left
Cardone
1992 Buick Skylark Power Window Motor - Front Right Cardone - Reman. Window Lift Motor

P311-2B1C2FC    42-144  Remanufactured

22154371 , 22621951 , 12512994 , 12362900 , 22144260 , 22621949 , 22621947 , 22121553 , 12487630 , 12497971 , 16629278 , 22621948 , 12362901 , 22621946 , 16636617 , 24015712 , 16636616 , 22621950 , 22087328

Qty:
$3.60 $25.82
Cardone Power Window Motor  Front Right
  • Remanufactured Window Lift Motor
  • Reman. Window Lift Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Motor Equipped With An Anti-pinch Safety Feature Typically Has 5 Or More Terminals Or Pins As Well As An Express-up Feature On The Window Switch.
      • An External Module Monitors The Rotation Of The Internal Gear. If There Is A Change In The Pulse Train Of The Sensor Before The Window If Fully Closed, The Module Will Interpret This Change As Something Preventing The Window From Moving Easily, Which Cau
      • Can I Bench-test A Case Grounded Motor?
      • Do All Vehicles With Power Windows Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Dry Or Worn Weather-strip And Tracks, Dirty Switch Contacts, Or Damaged Window Regulator Could Be Causing These Problems.
      • How Can I Tell If My Vehicle Has An Anti-pinch Window Lift Motor?
      • How Does The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Work?
      • Is It Necessary To Reset A Motor That Has The Anti-pinch Safety Feature After Installation?
      • Most 2-terminal Or 2-wire Motors Are Grounded Through The Control Switch; However, Some Older Applications Use The Motor Housing As A Common Ground. If Power Supply And Ground Are Applied Directly To The Terminals Of A Motor With This Design, An Internal
      • My Window Drops 2 To 3 Inches From The Upper Window Channel, Then Stops When I Use The “auto-up” Feature In My Toyota Or Nissan. What’s Causing This?
      • My Window Lift Motor Is Moving Slowly, Binding And Is Very Noisy When Operated. What Could Be Causing The Problem?
      • Noisy Operation Or A Popping Sound Can Be Misdiagnosed As A Window Lift Motor Problem. What May Actually Be Happening Is The Regulator Cable Hold-down May Be Broken Or Missing; This Would Allow The Cable To Snag On The Window Regulator Bracket As The Win
      • Not If The Motor Is Installed And Is Not Disturbed From Its Factory-set Position. If The Motor Is Operated Before Being Coupled To Regulator, Then It Will Need To Be Reset.
      • The Anti-pinch Feature Was Introduced By Opel In 1986. Most Vehicles Built After 2008 With An Auto-up And Auto-down Switch Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature.
      • The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Prevents The Window Glass From Reaching The End Of Its Upward Travel When The System Senses An Obstacle In The Path Of The Glass.
      • The Likely Cause Is A Window Lift Motor That Was Bench-tested Or Operated Before Being Installed Into The Window Regulator. This Action Cancels The Upper Limit Position. All Express Up/down Motors Are Shipped In The “full Up” Position And Should Not Be B
      • The Vehicle May Have Faulty Wiring Or A Defective Control Switch. Most 2-wire Window Lift Motors Depend On A Voltage Polarity Change To Control Direction. If The Motor Runs In One Direction But Not The Other, The Problem Is Most Likely In The Wiring Or S
      • What Causes Noisy Operation Or Popping On A Window Lift Motor With A Cable-type Regulator Design?
      • What’s An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Why Does My 2-wire Window Lift Motor Only Run In One Direction?
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Each Motor Is 100% Tested. Testing Includes Loading The Motor On A Simulated Window Fixture To Verify Speed And Strength Of The Motor
      • Every Motor Has Its Internal Components Inspected And Gauged. Bushings Are Gauged And Re-impregnated With Lubricating Oil, Ball Bearings Are Replaced With New And Armatures Are Fully Tested To Ensure Insulation
      • Every Remanufactured Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life
      • Every Remanufactured Motor Is Fully Compatible With The O.e. Mounting And Regulator
      • For Motors Which Have An Auto Up / Down Feature, Output Signals And Pulse Counts Are Matched To The Vehicle Application And Motors Are Shipped In The ‘full Up Position’
      • Internal Gears Are Gauged, Inspected And Renewed For Reuse Or Replaced If Out Of Spec. Replacement Gears Are Redesigned With A Stronger, Less Brittle Material Than O.e. To Prevent Premature Wear, Stripping And Breakage
      • Motor Magnets Are 100% Recharged, Guaranteeing Efficiency And Reliability
    • Mounting Type: Through Hole
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Screws, Nuts, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Window Motor Use Location: Rear Right; Front Right; Rear Left; Front Left
  • CARDONE® Remanufactured Window Lift Motors are direct-fit O.E. replacements that began as Original Equipment cores. Each unit is re-engineered, renewed and tested to match O.E. performance. For nearly half a century, CARDONE Remanufactured Window Lift Motors have provided rock-solid reliability that you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1992 - Buick Skylark Front Right
Cardone
1992 Buick Skylark Power Window Motor - Rear Left Cardone - Reman. Window Lift Motor

P311-2B1C2FC    42-144  Remanufactured

22154371 , 22621951 , 12512994 , 12362900 , 22144260 , 22621949 , 22621947 , 22121553 , 12487630 , 12497971 , 16629278 , 22621948 , 12362901 , 22621946 , 16636617 , 24015712 , 16636616 , 22621950 , 22087328

Qty:
$3.60 $25.82
Cardone Power Window Motor  Rear Left
  • Remanufactured Window Lift Motor
  • Reman. Window Lift Motor
  • Product Attributes:
    • FAQs:
      • A Motor Equipped With An Anti-pinch Safety Feature Typically Has 5 Or More Terminals Or Pins As Well As An Express-up Feature On The Window Switch.
      • An External Module Monitors The Rotation Of The Internal Gear. If There Is A Change In The Pulse Train Of The Sensor Before The Window If Fully Closed, The Module Will Interpret This Change As Something Preventing The Window From Moving Easily, Which Cau
      • Can I Bench-test A Case Grounded Motor?
      • Do All Vehicles With Power Windows Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Dry Or Worn Weather-strip And Tracks, Dirty Switch Contacts, Or Damaged Window Regulator Could Be Causing These Problems.
      • How Can I Tell If My Vehicle Has An Anti-pinch Window Lift Motor?
      • How Does The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Work?
      • Is It Necessary To Reset A Motor That Has The Anti-pinch Safety Feature After Installation?
      • Most 2-terminal Or 2-wire Motors Are Grounded Through The Control Switch; However, Some Older Applications Use The Motor Housing As A Common Ground. If Power Supply And Ground Are Applied Directly To The Terminals Of A Motor With This Design, An Internal
      • My Window Drops 2 To 3 Inches From The Upper Window Channel, Then Stops When I Use The “auto-up” Feature In My Toyota Or Nissan. What’s Causing This?
      • My Window Lift Motor Is Moving Slowly, Binding And Is Very Noisy When Operated. What Could Be Causing The Problem?
      • Noisy Operation Or A Popping Sound Can Be Misdiagnosed As A Window Lift Motor Problem. What May Actually Be Happening Is The Regulator Cable Hold-down May Be Broken Or Missing; This Would Allow The Cable To Snag On The Window Regulator Bracket As The Win
      • Not If The Motor Is Installed And Is Not Disturbed From Its Factory-set Position. If The Motor Is Operated Before Being Coupled To Regulator, Then It Will Need To Be Reset.
      • The Anti-pinch Feature Was Introduced By Opel In 1986. Most Vehicles Built After 2008 With An Auto-up And Auto-down Switch Have An Anti-pinch Safety Feature.
      • The Anti-pinch Safety Feature Prevents The Window Glass From Reaching The End Of Its Upward Travel When The System Senses An Obstacle In The Path Of The Glass.
      • The Likely Cause Is A Window Lift Motor That Was Bench-tested Or Operated Before Being Installed Into The Window Regulator. This Action Cancels The Upper Limit Position. All Express Up/down Motors Are Shipped In The “full Up” Position And Should Not Be B
      • The Vehicle May Have Faulty Wiring Or A Defective Control Switch. Most 2-wire Window Lift Motors Depend On A Voltage Polarity Change To Control Direction. If The Motor Runs In One Direction But Not The Other, The Problem Is Most Likely In The Wiring Or S
      • What Causes Noisy Operation Or Popping On A Window Lift Motor With A Cable-type Regulator Design?
      • What’s An Anti-pinch Safety Feature?
      • Why Does My 2-wire Window Lift Motor Only Run In One Direction?
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Each Motor Is 100% Tested. Testing Includes Loading The Motor On A Simulated Window Fixture To Verify Speed And Strength Of The Motor
      • Every Motor Has Its Internal Components Inspected And Gauged. Bushings Are Gauged And Re-impregnated With Lubricating Oil, Ball Bearings Are Replaced With New And Armatures Are Fully Tested To Ensure Insulation
      • Every Remanufactured Motor Is Assembled With The Precise Amount Of Lubricant To Ensure Quiet Operation And Long Life
      • Every Remanufactured Motor Is Fully Compatible With The O.e. Mounting And Regulator
      • For Motors Which Have An Auto Up / Down Feature, Output Signals And Pulse Counts Are Matched To The Vehicle Application And Motors Are Shipped In The ‘full Up Position’
      • Internal Gears Are Gauged, Inspected And Renewed For Reuse Or Replaced If Out Of Spec. Replacement Gears Are Redesigned With A Stronger, Less Brittle Material Than O.e. To Prevent Premature Wear, Stripping And Breakage
      • Motor Magnets Are 100% Recharged, Guaranteeing Efficiency And Reliability
    • Mounting Type: Through Hole
    • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Screws, Nuts, Instruction Sheet
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Window Motor Use Location: Rear Right; Front Right; Rear Left; Front Left
  • CARDONE® Remanufactured Window Lift Motors are direct-fit O.E. replacements that began as Original Equipment cores. Each unit is re-engineered, renewed and tested to match O.E. performance. For nearly half a century, CARDONE Remanufactured Window Lift Motors have provided rock-solid reliability that you can trust for the long haul.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1992 - Buick Skylark Rear Left
WSO
1996 Buick Century Power Window Motor WSO

P311-2327766    W0133-1684556  New

Qty:
$54.00
WSO Power Window Motor
Brand: WSO
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1996 - Buick Century
ACDelco
1999 Buick Riviera Power Window Motor ACDelco

P311-4C606DB    W0133-1906334  New

Qty:
$201.44
ACDelco Power Window Motor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
  • with Straight Connector
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Buick Riviera
ACDelco
1985 Buick Somerset Regal Power Window Motor ACDelco

P311-3213671    W0133-2046111  New

Qty:
$73.30
ACDelco Power Window Motor
  • Professional
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1985 - Buick Somerset Regal
ACDelco
2004 Buick Regal Power Window Motor ACDelco

P311-5C8CCE0    W0133-2053541  New

Qty:
$101.05
ACDelco Power Window Motor
  • Professional
  • Metal Gear Housing
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Buick Regal
ACDelco
1993 Buick Roadmaster Power Window Motor ACDelco

P311-1C706D9    W0133-2053542  New

Qty:
$90.45
ACDelco Power Window Motor
  • Professional
  • with Metal Gear Housing
  • OEM parts may be reversed on some applications, Physically check unit
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
1993 - Buick Roadmaster Base
ACDelco
1993 Buick Roadmaster Power Window Motor ACDelco

P311-1D2C486    W0133-2053543  New

Qty:
$82.24
ACDelco Power Window Motor
  • Professional
  • with Metal Gear Housing
  • OEM parts may be reversed on some applications, Physically check unit
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
1993 - Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon

Latest Buick Repair and Window Motor Installation Advice

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1991 Buick Lesabre window motor

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Question From Guest on 1991 Buick Lesabre window motor

Hi, I am changing out the window motor in a Buick lesabre. When i put the new motor in place and push the up button it goes down about 2 inches, when I push down button it goes back up. When I pull it out of the door, Up works up and down works down. What am i doing wrong?

Thanks
Chet

Response From Tom Greenleaf

???? You put it in and it tries to work backwards of request and then take it OUT AND IT WORKS?? Can you explain that? If rebuilt some could just have the wires reversed or it was your call to put the right wires back to the right color.

Could you explain that situation better?

T

Response From Guest

I bought the motor new at auto zone. When I first hooked the new motor up,outside of the door, and tried it , it worked like it was supposed to. Push the down button and it travels all the way to the bottem of the track. Push the up button and it goes all the way up.
I installed it into the door, the guide into the track on the bottem of the window, lined up all the holes for the motor and track, bolted them in place. Hooked the power up, just like I did when I tried it out of the door, and it works in reverse. I didnt cut any wires, just unplugged the old motor and hooked up the new. Didnt change any wires in the switch either. I tried working on it forever yesterday with the same results, just my luck I guess.

Thanks for your reply and input, and thanks for your time.

Chet

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

These things can be screwy. The same motor works either direction based on polarity. That for two wire motors. One wire is hot and the other is ground. Reverse that and the motor turns the other way which is what the switch is doing. When the make these motors they are usually left or right sided for the sides of the car and either a head on the motor or the wires need to be reversed or both. I've done tons of old Fords and change the heads with the gear for the specific car or side but end up switching wires for some - this with old cars and unavailable new parts.

If the motor has 3 wires it's a different beast. I thought they stopped that in 1965! Your switch itself should not be the problem. If you need to test it reversed do it with jumper wires as the test so you can return the motor if in fact it is wrong,

T

general

Showing 3 out of 3 Posts
Question From Guest on general

How do i remove the drivers side door panel from a 1999 buick LeSabre? I need to replace the window motor.

Response From flgmtech1 Top Rated Answer



  1. Remove the switch plate by inserting a small flat-bladed tool between the switch plate and the trim panel at the forward retaining clip (Buick and Pontiac).
  2. Lift the switch plate (1).


  3. Disconnect the electrical connectors (2).
  4. Remove the setscrew from the remote mirror control, if applicable.
  5. Remove the window switch (1).

remove the courtesy lamp and the screw behind the lamp disconnect the electrical conncetor


  1. remove the door lock switch with a small blade screwdriver
  2. Release the trim panel retainers.
    Insert a door trim tool or a flat bladed screwdriver between the outer edges of the doortrim panle and the lfit up wards

Response From way2old

Click here for your information. The site has the rest of the information you want also. Just search the site for what you are repairing.

1997 buick century limted edition

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Question From jamar grier on 1997 buick century limted edition

Hello everyone, I am new to this. But I have a 1997 buick century. I am having some issues. First my windows wont role up or down, now I know some will say the window motors are blown. I don't think so, because if I pull on the wire that is located between the opening of the drivers door they go up. Second, only one of my speakers are working. Does this sound like a ground wire problem. I am totally new at this so if you can help, please do.

Response From DrElectrics

Isolate your speaker with your head unit (fader / balance) does it make any noise? If not, if it is in an easy access area (Trunk) disconnect it and put a circuit tester on the wires while powered up. If there is power, the speaker is blown, if no power, you have a short or a pinch in your wiring.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

In the door jam (usually driver's door that get used most) there is a rubber snorkle with all the wires in it. From opening and closing the wires get frayed even inside their insulation and don't make the connection. It's tricky to get that rubber thing out of your way to look and see what's going on in there and fix that with high quality wire - soldered in and shrink wrap over the soldering job. It could be something else but that is somewhat common when you can just wiggle it there and it works again for a while,

T

02 buick lesabre power windows

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Question From dr.donut on 02 buick lesabre power windows

I have a 2002 buick lesabre with a 3.8 and have a passenger window that goes down useing the new drivers switch but not up, unless I removed the panel and hot wire it, so the motor works, the pass switch is missing. From what I know these are solid state and I'm wondering how to trouble shoot this system, (switch, module, motor). Is a standard 12 V tester any good for this or is it something completely different? thanks

Response From dr.donut Top Rated Answer

I went to the salvage yard and got a switch and module for the front pass. and it went down but not up,same as before. I checked the drivers window motor and contrary to what the body shop said it didn't work, so after replacing it the drivers window works. But still the front pass. only goes down, so I hot wired it up and put it all back together, could it be two modules with the same fault? I'll call the salvage yard and see what they have to say.$65** for the module and switch, not bad.

Response From dr.donut

I got the window up,The car went to a body shop and they determined the drivers switch was bad but the drivers motor was good, , they had to get windows down to do the paint job and spent a little time checking them out.I bought the new drivers switch and only the rear windows work, and the pass. front goes down but not up. I had to replace the rear drvrs window regulator and used a tester sending the 9V battery through the switch testing for continuity to see how it operates. There were 2 wires and a blk/wht, the switch would ground one or the other for up & down, I don't know what electronics are in that switch but it still works. I know the drivers switch is solid state so I don't even want to send any current through that one, I don't know about the front pass. but I tried to put it up the first time by jumping wires through the module on the switch disconect, it didn't work, and at first the yellow wire was hot and now it's not so I beleive that module is a goner. I went to the dealership and the drivers module is about $500. So now I have to go to the scrap yard but I'm looking for an entire car for parts at these prices. If I didn't care I would remove the motor and put a hand crank on it but my wife is not about to go for that. Thanks again

Response From Tom Greenleaf

dr.donut! I'm NOT suggesting using a 9v battery for testing anything that could involve the vehicle's devices RATHER it can make assorted motors either work or enable a power window to go up with a push at the same time - ALL OR ANY OF THAT NOT INVOLVING THE CAR AND JUST THE ITEM UNPLUGGED AS IF IT WAS OFF THE CAR!


Know, not guess when something like that could help. Not for general use but you said a window went down and not back up and know how annoying that could be if you needed more time and use of the car to do whatever to properly fix and still use the car, that's all.........


Tom

Response From Hammer Time

No, I'm afraid not. This system used an electronic module to control the windows. You need a professional scan tool capable of accessing this module.




Response From dr.donut

Can the switches be tested with a standard multimeter? It seemed to work on the rear window switch and the drivers has solid state elec. can the front pass. be tested do you know or is there a chance it can be toasted with the 9V multimeter? Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

If you're testing 12v with a 9v meter, you're probably going to fry it.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Watching in dismay. Do you have a passenger window stuck down till this is resolved? Take one stuck down and unplug that motor if you need time with a window up of course. It should still be just two wires to a motor (don't involve the car or the switching at all) and if you power it sometimes with even a 9V household battery or two in series you can nudge it up. Swap polarity if you pick the wrong way. Don't do a thing unless you know it is just to the motor itself.


If you have a jumper box you could use that - just to put the dang window up. AGAIN - this only with motor isolated from the whole car like it's on the floor or work bench type thing,


T

Response From Hammer Time

You're not going to move that window with a dozen 9v batteries. Too much current draw for that. I think he's already powered it directly anyway.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sure can sport, if still pushing a window you just help it and it will go. Bad motors will not. Do it all the time hunting down used parts and dinky motors to who knows what. They don't let people drive out in the yards and would like to know if things work or not in assorted wrecks or junks and I'm not carrying a heavy battery for pick your own places, T


(Just back as I keep spares. ONE 9v turned a late 60's ^ thru 80s PW motor which are about like a starter on some cars now - it turned)

Response From dr.donut

O.K. thanks for everything, With a new switch and a good motor I'll have to assume it's the module, plus I may have toasted it jumping wires trying to get it up, assuming it was common relays,I am out dated.

Broken automatic window

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Question From koi on Broken automatic window

1994
Buick
Skylark
Unknown (4 door/6 cylinder)
nearly 200,000!!!

Ok! Here is the next problem I have with this car. This one, I think it goes without say, is a little more complicated than a burnt up fuse. Of course, this car is old, as I have mentioned, and so far, I have had a problem with two of the windows. First, it was the front driver's side window, and that got fixed at a shop. Then, afterward, the rear passenger-side window also got stuck and won't budge up or down, regardless of what you push or how much physical effort you put into it.

Well, my dad recently bought me some tools. So, let's put them to use! How do I need to go about troubleshooting a fixing the window on my car? And notably, if even necessary, what is the easiest way to get a door open? I have had severe difficulty with it in my old car (a 93 dodge shadow).

Response From koi

I thought of some more relevant information!

Last time, the window that broke on the driver's side did the same thing as this window did: it rolled up part way, made some noises, and stopped working. Then, of course, it wouldn't budge an inch. When we got the driver-side window fixed, our mechanic told us that it was the motor that was to blame. He didn't replace it; I'm not entirely sure what he did, but he fixed it.

So in short, I think it's most likely the window motor and not the electrical connection. However, I will do as I am advised because I have never dealt with fixing this kind of problem on my own before.

Response From koi

Doot doo.

Ok. So, today, I accidentally pushed the button for the window that is broken, and it rolled down. I didn't do this before because I didn't want to compromise the security of the car by making the window get stuck lower than it was.

So the motor still works, it just gets stuck somewhere.
Why might this occur and how do I go about fixing it?
Also, I noticed a similar problem on the rear driver-side window, but to a much lesser extent. This particular window rolls up almost all the way, just about half an inch above the top of the window. How is this fixed?

(I've tried pulling up and pushing the button at the same time; it doesn't work.)

Response From clipentertainment Top Rated Answer

Its probably stuck because the motor is dead and frozen. Try getting a new window motor and putting it in. Its easy!