How to Replace a Window Regulator Motor (DIY)

Window wont roll up? Learn how to replace a window regulator motor in your car. Replacing the window motor is less expensive than replacing the entire window regulator assembly. Replacing the window motor can fix a window that is stuck down, or doesn’t roll down at all. Also if your window is getting stuck or is slow to go up and down, or it is making a grinding or whining noise, this video will show you how to repair it.

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26 thoughts on “How to Replace a Window Regulator Motor (DIY)

  1. Had both of my motors on both windows go out on the beetle.. Had one of the worst summers in Texas heat..

    Oh.. And the AC stopped working that I had fully replaced 3 months in for $2500..

  2. Wouldn't it make more sense for these types of videos to show how to replace the entire window regulator since ur already there? Making another video just for that seems kind of pointless

  3. Hey ChrisFix!! How are you doing man? You and your voice made my day better. What are your thoughts on the 6.5L V12 Engine from the Last Lamborghini Aventador. I was so sad about the ending of the Aventador era. Nice Boi. Comes to end next year. It takes time to become timeless. Just like you and your videos.

  4. A few years back this happened to my 2005 Toyota Kluger (the Highlander in Australia) where on the driver's side if you roll the windows down and then up it will lose power and stop. It took quite a long time to get it working, but we eventually replaced the motor, and works as new. 
    Now if the other window motors aren't' working due to age like my starter motor, I can just watch this Chrisfix video and hopefully complete a DIY repair. Plus I get to learn the science behind it which I love.

    BTW Congratulations on becoming the largest Automotive channel on YouTube!

  5. chrisfix is ​​the best tutor i've seen on youtube. I like the way it's very complete. now i'm looking for how to repaint the trunk of a car, fix a leaky roof/trim, paint a striped body, repair and paint the bumper car. Indonesia is calling.

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