"TomNoller" wrote in message: "Ugh! My wife's '99 Neon is suffering from a
burned-out motor, presumably,
in the passenger front door. Are they a bear to replace? I'm handy at car
stuff...once replaced the motor & belt on an old Caravan. Should I scavenge
from a boneyard or stop by the dealer? Thanks!'
Are you sure it is the motor and not the switch? There catalog list two
different motors for a 1999. One is for teh right and it list 124.00 and
the left at 143.00. This is list so it can be obtained a little cheaper.
Hell, that could mean that the power to the motor came unconnected...
Go to a boneyard, tear down a door and grab the motor and lift
assembly. Should cost you all of $15.00. You'll get an idea for how
the part is removed and re-installed, and you'll be able to use it as
a diagnostic swap-out if nothing else.
Raymond Sirois KU2S
SysOp: The Lost Chord BBS
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