How To Install Repair Replace Broken Power Front Window Regulator Buick Lesabre 00-05 1AAuto.com

www.1aauto.com 1AAuto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, cracked, damaged, slow-moving, or stuck power window regulator and motor. This video is applicable to 2000-2005 Buick Lesabre models.
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www.1aauto.com 1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a weak, noisy, damaged or defective power window motor. This video is applicable to 1999-2004 Oldsmobile Alero models.

18 Responses to How To Install Repair Replace Broken Power Front Window Regulator Buick Lesabre 00-05 1AAuto.com

  • randyperry100 says:

    All I can is thanks… you guys saved me a ton of money. Both rear window cable assemblies failed on my ’01 Buick Regal within weeks of each other. I purchased both regulators without motors (they were fine) and replaced them in a couple of hours. I figure I saved, between OEM parts and dealer labor, at least $800 thanks to this video. Awesome!

  • فاصل هجوله وراجعين هروله says:

    Hello
    I have a Camry 2004
    I have replaced the glass front passenger
    But the glue to Ilbt to melt down
    What is the best type of glue to piece
    And I live in the Middle East

  • 1aauto says:

    You may want to check the wire harness between the door and body of the car. Many times the wires can become frayed or broken when opening and shutting the door. Hope this helps you out.

  • bigbuick307 says:

    helpful video, but im dealing with a driver window problem, and dont know where to start. first master switch only clicks when pushing button for driver window, but other windows work with master switch. so i bought a new master switch, and still only clicks for driver window. so i bought a new window motor still clicks. what should i do next?. HELP!!!

  • Stepapajon2 says:

    Thanks for the video. Took 45 minutes to replace the regulator on my 2004 LeSabre.
    I did manage to break a clip on the reflector and I was being careful. Other than that it was by the book, errr video!

  • Golgotha777 says:

    The video helped tremendously. I just replaced the regulator/motor assy in my Dad’s Buick Century. It was close. The century had two hidden bolts in the arm rest finger cup. Your video showed a different spot so I knew they were somewhere. What a piece of cake. Thanks!

  • nietcheese says:

    Of 2 regulators, both had cable problems. Passenger front was stuck in down position – max lift 3″ (something binding). Getting the window back up was far more involved than your scenario. What seemed simple as you described, became a problem with night falling. How did you remove that motor? I couldn’t…

    Solution: Cut exposed cable, lifted window, loosened pinch bolts. Braced window up for the night…ready for regulator removal tomorrow. Glass remains braced-up til new regulator arrives.

  • nietcheese says:

    One of the better how-to-vids I’ve seen. This will save ~$100+ over taking to the dealer. Thanks!

  • wildplakken says:

    Awesome, I have heard this is a real issue with this car, sure enough I checked the car I was purchasing, and it sounded like it was going out, this video will help me repair it myself.

  • jlitehart says:

    Good pricing for parts and very appreciative on the informative video.Part shipped on time with updated confirmation, I will definitely revisit site for future repairs and parts.

  • unrealking14 says:

    Thank you so much!

  • 1aauto says:

    The window regulator should hold it up into place.

  • unrealking14 says:

    when replacing my motor will i need to tape the window at the top or should it be fine and not fall?

  • Lightfoot2k1 says:

    Just wanted to post back and say thanks!

    I ordered a regulator with motor about a month ago, followed your video guide and my power window has been good as new ever since.

    You guys saved me over $400 and completely changed the way I look at auto repair. If I ever need more parts I’ll definitely be shopping with 1AAuto first.

  • 1aauto says:

    Thanks for checking us out. Have a great day! 1aauto.com 888-844-3393

  • Lightfoot2k1 says:

    Awesome guide. My dealership wanted $500 to replace the driver side window motor, but after seeing this guide and 1A’s motor pricing… I’m thinking of giving this a go very soon.

  • Ryan Decker says:

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  • stonyislander says:

    Thanks

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