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Old 10-17-2007
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does anybody have a how to on how to change the automatic window motor for a 2003 ranger?
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brian dude, pull the door panel and take a look, Its got electrical connections and is bolted to the door. Thats probably about it, as long as the window is up...
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lol i wasn't sure if there were any wires and ****
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do you know where i could find the motor?
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Advanced auto has em...
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lol i wasn't sure if there were any wires and ****
yeah man there are wires, but they are easy connections to break. all you have to do is disconnect them and you can get the motor at advanced auto or auto zone....if you need help dude, you can call me. Im around this weekend.
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