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How To Remove & Install SN95/New Edge Mustang Window Motors (94-04)
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Published on 2020-10-16
94-04 Window Motors & Accessories: http://latemodelres.to/9404WindowMotors_YouTube
94-04 Door Panel Removal: https://youtu.be/YTjRqocKV7w
Follow along as Jay walks you through the removal and install process of your SN95 and New Edge Mustang window motors
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94-04 Window Motor
How’s it going everyone, Jay here with LMR.com. Today we will be covering the removal and installation of your window motors covering all 1994-2004 Mustangs.
Over time, these motors will become weak or simply cease to work. If you have an inoperable window, this can be an issue. You can have anything from the elements getting inside or even an unsafe vehicle because you cannot completely secure it due to the window not being able to roll up.
First, start off by removing the inner door panel. Check out the link on the description below to show you how this one is done.
Next you will need to remove the moisture barrier if equipped.
Now we can remove the door speaker to gain access to the window motor.
Disconnect the electrical connection on the motor.
Remove the three 8mm bolts holding the motor to the regulator.
Once these are out you can take a screwdriver to pry the motor out of place. Take your time here so you do not damage the door too much.
It will be tight here as well but it is possible to do this task without removing the regulator.
Once you have the motor free, slide the old motor out of the speaker hole.
Unbox your new motor, you will find an assortment of electrical connections included with the new motor. Make your main connection at the motor and then slide the new motor in through the speaker hole.
Align the three holes on the motor to the regulator and start all of the bolts loosely. Once these are fully aligned you can tighten these down all the way.
Reconnect all of your electrical connections.
Check over your work and verify proper operation, then you can reinstall your moisture barrier and door panel and you are all done.
Well everyone, this one is an easy job to do. There is nothing worse than having one of these inner door cables fail, but as you can see, this one is a simple task to get this job done.
These should take you about an hour per side from start to finish. Some of your tools will include, assorted screwdrivers, a drill, socket set, and a rivet gun and assorted pliers.
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