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Old 05-04-2007, 11:20 PM   #1
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My driver's side power window will not stop running unless I release the button. What is the cause of this? Also, will a 2000 GT leather back seat fit in my 97 coupe? Thanks
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Old 05-05-2007, 12:11 AM   #2
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Re: Window Motor

normally if you are holding the button, it will continue to run. care to elaborate on your problem. the problem, the way you stated it, seems a little vague.
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When I push the button to make the window go up, the motor continues to run and makes a loud thumping noise, almost like it doesn't know the window is all the way up. The passenger side works fine; no noise once the window is fully up. Hope that is a better description.
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it is. check the regulator. it may be going bad. see if there is some slack in it. if so, change it. if not, then i will step aside and let someone else take a crack at it.
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Once the door panel is removed, where is the regulator located? Also, do you know if a 2000 GT leather rear seat will fit into my 97 coupe?
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no clue on the seats. the reg should be coming off the motor. i believe it is a couple of cables attached to your window track.
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Thanks Stumpy, now at least I have a starting point!
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