Having problems with your 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager ?

Change the window regulator

\015 I took the van to the dealer to see if they can fix my passenger window and they told me the problem was the window regulator.\015\012The part cost me $46.00 and the dealer want $500.00 to install it, THAT IS CRAZY.\015\012Can somebody tell me how I can change the window regulator, I don't think that is that hard the excange, to charge me $500.00 for labor only.\015\012Thank you,\015\012 Abel\015\012My email is [email protected]\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-08-2022

Answers :

I have only replaced them a in a 94 maxima (all 4 - or maybe it was on only 3).

I am guessing they are similar. Basically you pop off (gently pry in the right spot) the interior door panels and loosen a few bolts and **** the moisture barrier.

Here is a good link for my car http://www.a1electric.com/maximareg.htm
Well $46.00 sounds on the low side for a new regulator, but if that is the price it will be hard to find one cheaper and an OEM is usually the best fit. However I find that a glass shop, where they replace auto glass as well as store/home windows, is the best and cheapest place to change a regulator. I recently had a power regulator replaced for $40 labor at a glass shop. Also there may be special tools or large rivets needed and the shop will have those readily on hand. Auto body shops also may do this service.
Let your fingers do the walking
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