Question about 2001 Hyundai Elantra

Hi
Does anyone know where the window regulator is for the 2001 Hyundai Elantra? Reason for asking is that I'm having problems with the power windows not going up and down and I would like to try and fix it myself.
Any help would be very much appreciated.
Thank You Mike
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Window regulators are always inside the door.
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This site is pretty good for having pictorial displays for fixing the Elantra. http://www.elantraclub.com/forum/index.php?act=home
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Motor problems are much more frequent than regulator problems on 2001-2006 Elantras.
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------------- ME, TOO, TROUBLE WITH THE HYUNDAI WINDOWS, AND MUCH MORE ----------
TAKE THE BATTERY -- PLEASE! THEY'RE almost impossible to replace and service!
Hyundai DOESN'T want you even try to:
1) Check the fluid level in the battery cells.
2) Check the body and terminals for corrosion.
3) Remove the old battery and install a new one.
These tasks are almost impossible for the average motorist BECAUSE THE BATTERY SITS IN AN ENCLOSED, SEALED CASE! You can't see much less inspect the cell fluid levels. And half of the bolts under the hood on the driver's side have to be removed to free-up the battery.
See, Hyundai wants you to go to a HYUNDAI DEALER, where a battery costs $90, plus up to $50 more to install it. And at most Hyundai dealers I know, you have to leave your car for an entire day -- then hope it's ready when you return in the late afternoon or early evening.
"Aw, we're sorry, but you see we got real busy and couldn't get to yours. But tomorrow!"
AdvanceAuto Parts, AutoZone, Olympic Auto Parts, and Batteries Plus sell the same battery for $52 to $69, some including free installation.
Only problem? They can't get a sufficient supply of them to keep 'em in stock!
And that's what your conniving, inscrutable Hyundai folks want -- to force you to spend more on a new battery than a normal car owner would expect. Parts companies list the Elantra batteries as "special." And that they are!
Additionally, the OWNER'S MANUAL has neither a diagram or instructions for accessing and servicing your Hyundai Elantra battery. Just a one- paragraph entry that says, in effect, Be careful when servicing the battery."
I've had my 2004 Elantra GLS for 3 years and the battery is already shot. Needless to say, with problems also with the air bags, brakes, power locks, and engine noise and vibration, I've bought my last Hyundai product!
My advice to Hyundai? Hold up on building those factories in the U.S. Too many one-time customers could make for sluggish, then anemic, sales.
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