I have a 2006 chrysler sebring touring convertible. Both of the back side window motors are not working. How much would 2 used or 2 new window motors cost?

Asked by May 11, 2014 at 03:48 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The air conditioner in my car works and
blows very cold air. A few weeks ago, the air
conditioner has started making a roaring
noise. What could be wrong with it and
about how much would it cost to have it
repaired?

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On the rear window issue, I would check to make sure it's not electrical first. Personally I could get window regulators for the rear for about $80 each used. Also in my profile I have a link to the FSM for sebring convertible 01-06 which will show you how to replace them.

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The windows in my sebring are electric but I dont think its an electrical problem. About a year ago, I let the top up one day and was letting the windows up and the left window would not go back up. About a month ago the right window did the same thing. Thank you Chris for your help. I will definetly go to the link on your profile. This will be very helpful for my husband when he puts the window motors in.

www.sebringwindowregulators.com has photos and videos of how to replace these.

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