How To Install Replace Power Window Regulator Crown Victoria Grand Marquis 92-11

How To Install Replace Power Window Regulator Crown Victoria Grand Marquis 92-11 1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a slow, stuck, cracked or damaged window regulator. This video is applicable to 1992-2011 Mercury Grand Marquis and Ford Crown Victoria models.

21 Responses to How To Install Replace Power Window Regulator Crown Victoria Grand Marquis 92-11

  • 1aauto says:

    It could be. You may want to take the door panel off and inspect the window regulator to see if it’s working properly. Also take a look at the window motor.

  • kamahmah says:

    Sorry to post again. After getting it all put back together when i try to roll down the window i noticed the grinding noise at the top pulley near the top of the door. It appears to be binding up there, is it possible that it just hopped off the pulley? thanks for your help! I think i might just replace the entire thing anyway lol.

  • kamahmah says:

    I just got a 2003 grand marquis and im having a little trouble. I took the door panel off to lubricate the door lock and fix a speaker. I noticed the power window on the driver side was a little “whiny” when using it. I took the three screws out to see if there was an oil port or anything, then i put it back. Now the window will only roll down about 1 inch before binding up. Do i need to replace the motor now or is something just binding up? thanks alot for any help you can offer.

  • 1aauto says:

    It’s not that hard of a job to do yourself if you follow our video. We carry new window regulators on our website with free shipping. 888-844-3393

  • Redco06 says:

    What would be a reasonable price for replacing the regulators on the 2 front windows?

  • dan0champ says:

    If you’re nervous about taking your door panels off don’t be. It is literally just as easy as this video makes it seem, so thankful for these tutorials.

  • 1aauto says:

    We currently do not have an auto repair video that shows this particular repair on a 1991 Crown Vic. We’ll keep this request in mind during any repairs that we may make in the future to this vehicle.

  • Curt Landis says:

    How about removing them from a 1991 Crown Victoria?…Do you have any info on this? Great video and thank you for posting this!

  • James Carleton says:

    Thanks for sharing this. Just used it to fix a friends car.

  • Jorge Martinez says:

    Thanks a lot great vid.

  • chuck wagons says:

    this is the best video ever !.

    sooo detail’d too :)

  • 1aauto says:

    You’re welcome.Have a great day! 888-844-3393

  • jdivision91 says:

    Very informative, thanks a lot guys!

  • 1aauto says:

    Thanks for checking us out. Have a great day 888-844-3393

  • peliROJO says:

    One of the best How-To videos I’ve seen. Very well done and now there’s one more working power window in this world.

  • wrti2010 says:

    Replaced the drivers side window regulator on my 98 Ford Crown Victoria in 1.5 hours with these easy to follow instructions! Used (2) 1/4” – 20 x 1” round head combo machine screws for the window and 1/4” – 20 x 5/8” round head combo machine screws for the rest. 1/4” – 20 Nylon Lock Nuts and 1/4” x 1 1/4” Fender Washers secured everything. Lubed up the channels with spray silicone and lubed up the regulator with white lithium grease. Thank you 1AAuto for your help!

  • 1aauto says:

    Thanks for checking out our video on how to replace a window regulator on YouTube. Have a great day!

  • boob4toob says:

    This video is excellent. Just replaced a regulator in a ’97 Crown Vic in no time at all because there was no guesswork. Just like having a mechanical mentor! Top notch job my sincere thanks to the folks a 1AAuto!

  • GaryFP54 says:

    Bless you for making this video! Mine is a 95 Crown Vic. I was able to follow your instructions and the only glitch was the rivet on the window spun free before I could drill it out. The single handled hacksaw resolved that. I found the 1/4″-20 x 1″ combo truss head machine screw with 1/4″-20 KEP Lock-Nut Coarse along with a 304 SS Fender Washer 4x1x9 worked great in securing all the components back in. Thanks again for your help!

  • southof76 says:

    Great video series, I’ve learned a lot from watching them! Thank you

  • bmw76308 says:

    Hey im 1st 1 here !
    Your Videos Has helped me personally a few times here lately !
    Thanks for doing what you do !

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