It goes up nice, and it goes down. For this reason, we see most systems lasting 2-3yrs maximum! Keep discussion friendly, civil, courteous, and professional. Some pics, the tracks will need to come out so the regulator will come out thru the top. I know what you mean though about having to wait for them to go up. Its a love Hate relationship, you love them until it gets humid and they stretch. The 123 door sheet metal should already have the holes needed, however, you would need to make a hole in the trim panel.
The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the converting power windows to manual crank gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. The point being that the 123 power windows can function flawlessly for many years and many miles. I have several luxury cars with all of the bells and whistles for when I want to get from point A to point B in comfort, quiet and without thinking about it. The way i see it i can either buy a couple of reman motors and mod the door to fit or i see they make kits that mount to the old crank. Separate the regulator from the window. Sharing personal information, or specifics on is not allowed.
Now, we're going to line this up. In either case we will be adding a chain drive regulator with a motor over the existing hand crank under the door panel. But one time the passengers stopped working so i checked the hot wire for voltage and found a break in the wire right where it goes through the rubber boot in the door jamb. We're not super strict here, but for most of our posts we follow a question-response format. Seems like it takes forever when you're just sitting there holding the switch.
No doubt the sand chewed up the regulator. Simply push the crank up and down. We're going to install the wiring harness before we put the switch up into our door. The car is in great shape and I intend to continue driving it for years. My car has power windows and neither of them work. Generally there is a good reason why a repair costs what it does.
Personally, I prefer none of that stuff. In the case of the manual cable regulator you may need to eventually replace that if when it breaks. If you use it occasionally and only when absolutely needed, you could get 5yrs from a converted motor system. This is a zero tolerance policy. If that isn't available, provide all you know and explain why. When I ordered a firebird in November 1977, I didn't want power windows or power door locks.
Secure the crank to the bolt by pressing it into the grooved sides, then turning the Phillips-head screw clockwise until it is tight. Not sure which works better, was looking for some suggestions. It does not matter which side the brown or blue wires go to. The motor may need to come off the regulator to get it out. The switch kit i bought link at the top of the page came with all the instructions that you need, and prewired for three switches.
Inside the door you might have a scissors type regulator or a cable regulator, which is more common in later model vehicles. This hole here in the back is where the actual piece comes through to connect our crank to, so we want to get that pretty much in the center. And you want to put the roller actually in the channel itself, and then move it down to the regulator, and pop the regulator in. I was thinking of firing up the old Asus for another applicaton anyway. I know i need to change out or mod the center console to fit the window switches as well as make up the wiring harness.
I use this tool I got at the autoparts store Without the door panels Then, remove the plastic thing, or just move it to the side sorry for the blurriness of the pics : Now, you need to remove the manual regulator which is hold by four rivets. Rivets, and rivet gun, or 8 nuts, 8 bolts and 8 washers 5. Now you need some big rivets to set the regulator in place. Since we're out of wire at this point, it's a good time to connect our in-line fuse. Trading in your old vehicle to upgrade to one with power accessories as standard might be a better move.