QUOTE (voodoo_ca @ May 27 2008, 10:55 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=530981
I like the idea of taking it to a specialist. This has been happening for 5 years now, and I've yet to read a conclusive reason why. A pro looking at it might help with this. I've used similar motors before, and they had balls, so I'm surprised they break so easy. Any chance its heat or wear (motors can wear pretty quick) related?Hey SmoothZ,
I was at the dealer yesterday getting an alignment and asked about the window motor.
It was $375 for the motor and $512 installed (I am in Canada)
I saw a few on Ebay for around 180USD and I have found a few at the wreckers for around $170 but I am concerned that they might have the sam problem because of their age.
Someone else gave me an idea to take it to a local motor specialist and see if they can do something with it (rebuild?)...
I might try that too...
I just hate the idea of tearing that whole door apart agian, putting it back together, and then having things not work 2 weeks down the road... I would rather just put the new motor in.