Scania Truck Electrical Left Window lifter OEM 1442294,1366849

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OE NO:1442294,1366849
Packing detail:Neutral packing or customer packing
Production Management Standards:ISO9001
Warranty:50000km or 1 year
Terms of payment:TT
Delivery time:usually is 30days after confirm the order
Inspection:all of goods are full inspection

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We are specialized in manufacturing and supplying wiper system,such as wiper motor,window regulator,wiper arm. We supply European series trucks and their spare parts.

Our company invests part of the funds for product research and development every year,the company strictly in accordance with ISO/TS16949 management system requirements,strengthen the production management process.We hope to try our best to meet your requirements.

Can you replace window motor without removing regulator?

If you are only replacing the power window motor and not the regulator itself, you will need to disconnect it and connect it to your new power window motor. Visually inspect the two to make sure the new motor matches the old one, then swap the regulator.

How do you open a window with a broken regulator?

Two Ways to Roll up a Power Window That Stopped Working
1:Turn the ignition key to the on or accessory position. ...
2:Press and hold the window switch in the closed or up position. ...
3:With the window button depressed, open and then slam the car door.

Why does my power window go up slow?

Common reasons for this to happen: Faulty window motor: Window motors tend to wear down with age and may even create a slower rotation when they begin to go out. The window moving up or down slowly may be the only indication of this problem, or the motor may also make a labored whirring sound when it is in operation.

Does each power window have its own fuse?

Other cars have individual fuses for each window motor so failure will only affect the one window. In some cars the fuse is in the main fusebox but many makers use in-line fuses so check with your manual to find where the fuse is and replace it if blown.

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