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Automatic Window Regulator and Motor

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1994 Mitsubishi RVR Sport Gear, passenger side window.  Motor is still good, but the regulator popped on the south side of the pulley.  I don't think it's worth the time to try and fit the 94 motor to a regulator, any suggestions on a compatible new assembly? 


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Currently I have the window propped up with spring clamps that are big enough to not drop any further than the rain guards.  Not a great fix, but I have parked it under a bright light with a very visible security camera, emptied the van and opened the glove box, so hopefully that is enough deterrent from anyone trying to pull the window down.  I don't have a garage.  I love the visibility in this van, by the way.

 

EDIT: And before anyone chastises me for not seeing this coming, the window worked fine the first couple days.  The failure could not have been predicted, unless low power to the system could cause it...  It is a piece of plastic that just couldn't hold together anymore.  I would also like to replace the driver side, since I can predict it now.


Edited by morechunch, 30 June 2022 - 02:49 AM.

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I would think that a nimbus might fit. But these parts are getting more difficult to find. If it's only the plastic pulley, I'm sure one could be sourced from pretty much any vehicle, and the pulley rivet replaced with a bolt.
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It's been a drag.  I am in the US, so it's not something I can go to the junkyard for.  But your suggestion of just replacing the pulley sounds reasonable, the motor isn't bad.  As long as the pulley works and is clipped and crimped with the right lengths, any pully should work.


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