DO I NEED SPECIAL TOOLS TO REPAIR/ REPLACE REAR WINDOW MOTORS AND REGULATORS

Asked by Jul 31, 2007 at 09:34 PM about the 1992 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

THE WINDOW ON THE PASSENGER SIDE IS LOOSE AND DOES NOT CLOSE THE OTHER WINDOW DOES NOT WORK IT IS STUCK UP

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Hi TEEBAF, A loose window normally has a "sloppy channel". This can be replaced to hold the window firmly in place while moving up and down in the door. The only special tool you may need is a Door Panel Removal Tool. This looks like a bent screwdriver with a forked tongue at the end. This is to remove the door panel clips without damage. Good luck!

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ok how about both my rear windows on my convertable are bad one has a bad motor and the other the gears are worn out.. as well as none of the power window controls work frommy driver do except the drivers but they all work from there owen button.. any ideas on how i fix either or these problems

go to ford and order new switches,,on motor go to advance autu or auto zone and buy new geer kit, pull out motor ,round part ehere you see gear turn around knock out rod in middle take off cover clean out all broken plasticand replace,good to go.ps do follow instructions to get 3 parts in right.

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