Jobs Done!Hi c good. I'm going through the identical prob right now. Let us know if you have the short or extended wheelbase. It matters. I have the short wb and the rear left regualtor went a few weeks ago. I removed the door panel and speaker. The regulator was shot. The cable had jumped the flimsy plastic spooler. The track and motor were fine - too bad. The whole assembly needs replacing. I removed the whole thing and propped the window up in closed position with a cut-to-length 2x4. Not pretty but not drafty.
I haunted ebay for a long time before I found a take-off. Jumped on it, and got it for around $60. Its in transit now. I'll let you know how I make out. Should be an easy install
I found a new regulator for the drivers side rear door on ebay...$89.00 no tax no shipping. Replaced it in the driveway in less than 1/2 an hour. This would have been a job I wouldn't even have thought of doing without Trailvoy.com...thanks everybody, you have saved me and others countless $$'s. :hail::hail::hail::hail::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo:
I'll be picking up one for the drivers side window tomorrow since it was so easy to do. By the way, my TB is an '03 ext.I got the new part for $50.
Cool thing is it took me longer to take the door apart than to install the new assembly. I was done taking off the old motor/regulator part (all of 3 screws holding it on) and installing the new one in about 20 minutes.
My daughter's rear pass. side went out, 1/2 inch from being fully closed. My wife started monkeying with it and window dropped into the door. The white spring connector dislocated from the regulator. I pulled the window up and blocked it up with a 2x2 about 10 inches long then bungied it place. Would have used bailing wire:duh:, but couldn't find it.My driver side rear window went out last night...why is everyone having an issue with the same window? Weird. It is pretty easy to take the door panel off and get the motor/regulator out. I just figured I would let everyone know that if you need one of these they are about $200 at autozone, I'm not about to do that. So, I found on Amazon.com for $83. Surprisingly everything I fix thanks to Trailvoy I get the parts the cheapest off of Amazon. Just some food for thought. Thank you to everyone for saving me thousands with this site.:thx