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windows on a 98 grand am


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I have a 98 Grand Am 2 door. The windows have always been a little slow goin up, but just recently the drivers side window will go down about an Inch and then it will stop and click really loud and keep clicking until i release the button. It also Clicks when i try to get it to go up but doesn't move. I have to get out and help it along. and it takes a lot.

If you know wut it is i would really like to know and how to fix it.

Thanks.

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There's a good chance it's the regulator, which is connected to the motor. It's easier (and maybe the only way) to replace it as a unit.

Gotta take the door panel off, then drill the rivets that hold the assembly to the door "frame". Change the unit, reinstall rivets and reconnect the motor. It's pretty straightforward.

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