Do the door windows on your 79-93 Mustang move slowly or not at all? If so, then its high time to replace those old, worn out Power Window Motors! These units are brand spanking new direct replacements. If you're looking for a kit that has everything you need to swap out both Window Motors in your 1979-1993 Mustang, look no further than our Power Window Motor Kit for Hatchbacks, Coupes, and Convertibles.
Must Re-use Original Hardware that Bolts motor to regulator. Window motor bolt holes DO NOT come threaded as the factory hardware will cut their own threads into housing for proper motor installation.
Product: 1979-93 Mustang Power Window Motor Kit for Coupe & Hatchback Brand: 5.0Resto Fits: Mustang LX, GT, Coupe and Hatchback Year Models: 1979 (79) 1980 (80) 1981 (81) 1982 (82) 1983 (83) 1984 (84) 1985 (85) 1986 (86) 1987 (87) 1988 (88) 1989 (89) 1990 (90) 1991 (91) 1992 (92) 1993 (93) LRS Part #: LRS-23394K
Are you tired of the door windows on your 1979-1993 Mustang moving slowly or not at all? If so, then chunk those old, worn out Power Window Motors! This kit has everything you need to swap out both Window Motors in your 1979-1993 Mustang.
Kit Contents: 1 - LH Window Motor 1 - RH Window Motor 24 - Door Panel Push Pins 1 - Door Panel Removal Tool 4 - Window Guide Bushings
Hi, I'm Jeff.
And I'm Jonathan. We're with latemodelrestoration.com. Today we're going to be talking about power window motors for your '79 to '93 Fox Mustang. Our 50resto Power Window Motor Kit includes direct replacement power window motors that have the correct electrical connector. That way there's no cutting or splicing, just a direct bolt in. These are available individually, but Jeff, tell us a little bit more about the kits that we offer.
Sure thing, Jonathan. Now, we do have a couple of different kits. One of the more popular ones is the one you see in front of you. This kit includes window guide bushings, motors, door panel push pins, and a door panel removal tool. And we also have a master kit that includes door lock actuators and kits available for you convertible guys.
Thanks for all that info, Jeff. Let's go ahead and get these things installed.
Sure thing, Johnathan.
As you can see, we've already got the door panel out of the way. If you need some extra help with that, check out our Door Panel Removal video on our YouTube channel. I've also got this speaker pulled out of the way for access to the window motor. If your car doesn't have speakers, it'll either have a phone plug or nothing at all blocking the hole.
Now, the window regulator is spring-loaded to hold the window IN the up position. But just as a safety precaution, I always put a strip of tape on there to hold it in place.
Now we'll move on to the electrical connector. It's a real simple unplug and then feed it down into the door and out through the speaker hole.
Then there's three bolts that hold the window motor into place. I've already got two of them removed. Let's go ahead and get this third one out of the way and pop out the old window motor.
After you get your old power window motor out of the car, go ahead and save your hardware because we're going to be using it.
And I'm sure by now you've noticed that your new window motor doesn't have any threads cut in the holes. This is because that's the way it's intended to be. The factory screws are self-tapping and cut their own threads.
As you can see, I've already got one done. Let's knock out these other two and get this motor on the car.
All right, Jonathan, I just finished up the other side. I kind of had an alignment issue. Did you run into the same thing over here?
I'm glad you brought that up, Jeff. Some of you folks at home will probably run into the same thing. Sometimes, these window motors will just pop right back into the regulator. And sometimes, you have to rotate around just a shade to get the gears to engage. You'll feel it lock into place. Then you can go ahead and rotate it back around to line up the holes, throw your bolts in.
All right, that's a great tip to know. I'm going to pull this tape off so we can go ahead and test that motor out.
All right, Jeff, I appreciate that. Man, we are working good.
All right, looks good. Now, if you guys need some more tech tips or install videos, make sure you check out a latemodelrestoration.com
Follow along in this video as Jmac shows you how to remove your Fox Body Mustang panel panel. Removal of your Mustang Door panel takes little time and is needed to get your Project Fox Body Mustang interior looking great by removing those sagging map pockets and other worn door components.
Removing your Foxbody Mustang Door Panel is a necessity to gain access to window motors, door lock actuators, door speaker grilles, window guide bushings, moisture/vapor barrier, sound deadeners, or replacement map pockets. It also lets you gain access to the door speaker in your Fox Mustang for audio upgrades. If you need help replacing any of parts above be sure to check our line of 5.0Resto parts for your full door restoration project.
SPEAKER: We're going to show you how to remove your door panel on your '87 to '93 Mustang, , because you have to remove this panel to get to just about anything. There are door lock actuators, window motors, you name it. Really simple. You need a Phillips head screwdriver, a nut driver with a 3/8 socket, and a door panel removal tool, available off of our website.
Start by removing the Phillips head screw holding on the mirror hole cover. Then, remove the single Phillips head screw holding on the inner door handle bezel. And the Phillips head screw holding on the base of the speaker grille.
Now you've got two Phillips head screws, one at the front, and one at the back of your door armrest. Going ahead and remove those. Then grab you a small, flat-blade screwdriver, and you can remove your door armrest hole plugs. OK. Then you can grab your 3/8 socket and remove the two bolts that are remaining, holding on the arm rest.
Then you can lift up on the armrest, out, and pull it away from the door, and you've got two electrical connectors that you need to undo. And then you can move the arm rest out of the way. Grab your door panel removal tool and work your way around the perimeter of the door panel.
You've got 12 plastic clips that retain this poor panel to the door. Some of them may not be holding on anymore. Just remove the ones that are. And once all your clips are loose, you can lift up on the door panel, and pull it off of the car.
And now you have full access to everything inside the door that you're going to need to repair, or just to replace your panel.
For more interior restoration tips and parts, check out latemodelrestoration.com.
Popped right it just had to tap the threads first. My old motor lasted 21 years before seizing up with he window down. Other than having my window down for 2 days while it shipped to me I have no complaints and I might be replacing my other do as well as it is starting to show signs of it age
Yes, I would recommend this item to a friend!
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Shipped fast, fit and works great, my only complaint was the holes for the screws weren't tapped, but I just ran the screws in while the new motor was out to tap them and it worked fine.
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