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Dorman 742-446 Chrysler/Dodge Front Driver Side Window Lift Motor

Dorman 742-446 Chrysler/Dodge Front Driver Side Window Lift Motor


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Dorman 742-446 Chrysler/Dodge Front Driver Side Window Lift Motor

Dorman 742-446 Chrysler/Dodge Front Driver Side Window Lift Motor
  • Direct fit wiring harness, no wire splicing necessary
  • Quality tested for durability and performance
  • OE#: 4894527AA
Dorman window lift motors include direct fit wiring harnesses. Motors typically burn out due to failures of the window regulator or from wearing of the brushes, armature, bushings or gears. Dorman window lift motors are designed to integrate with Dorman's window regulator program, offering you the most complete repair solution.

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  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect! and saved me big $$$, April 16, 2016
    By 
    moondog (Portland, OR) –

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    Most places want to sell you this part in a package along with the regulator/cables. If those aren’t broken, it is much easier to replace the motor only. I suggest before buying you use a 12V tester (for example like this http://www.amazon.com/TOOGOO-6V-12V-Electrical-Circuit-Equipment/dp/B00HZY2TR6 ) to be sure you have power at the motor, because you could have a bad switch. If you want an easier but less reliable approach, operate the switch and listen carefully. If you hear a click (but no motor noise) that’s the relay and the switch is working, so most likely your motor is shot, and that is very common as searching the internet will tell you. There is even a website where a guy shows how to install new brushes in the motor and make it good as new for 7 bucks, as long as you have some soldering skills. I decided to be lazy and spend $35 more to get this motor and have it over with.

    The how-to video others have mentioned in reviews here can be found by putting: /watch?v=iHsMnxy-lUU after the typical youtubedotcom.

    The hardest part of this job is getting the door panel off and pulling off the black plastic waterproof sheath under it that covers the door. Besides tearing mine like you will probably do, it isn’t going to stick back down, but some Gorilla duct tape took care of both problems. And you’re definitely going to break some of the door panel retainer clips, so if you want to be perfect, order those along with the motor. My van is old enough that I just decided to live with a few missing ones.

    My tips are to be careful when taking the cable reel off the motor so it doesn’t all fall apart. After I got it off I put a zip tie around it to be sure it didn’t come out of its housing, but I don’t know if that’s necessary.

    There are other videos (try A one auto) that show how to release the plastic snap pins that hold the motor to the door by using two screwdrivers, and suggest replacing them with bolts. I followed the instructions in the video I listed above and just broke them off with a hammer and chisel. Like the guy in the video says, be careful and wear eye protection! I reinstalled the new motor with the new pins that came with it, not bolts, as I hope I the new motor outlives the van. NOTE: before installing the motor I plugged in its wire harness and tested it to be sure it was working.

    The second worst part of this job is putting the cable reel back onto the motor. The gear in the cable reel is plastic — so don’t force it! When the two parts are properly aligned it slips on very easily but getting the parts properly aligned was, in my case, very frustrating. It took about twenty minutes of tiny tips back and forth and suddenly it slipped right on. I hope for you it slips on the first time you try to position it. Then, be careful threading the sheet metal screws in that hold the housing to the motor because you are cutting new threads in the plastic holes in the motor. I went slowly and made sure they were going in straight, and didn’t over-tighten.

    Then, before taping the waterproof barrier down I made sure the window was now working.

    I’ll update this review if the motor doesn’t last or I think of anything I left out. This job is not fun, but really is not bad for the typical DIYer or weekend mechanic. Good luck!

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A perfect match, August 22, 2014
    By 
    doc

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    Even had the plastic fasteners! One installation note: watch the online video before taking apart and do not (!!!) take the spindle out of the case – the job will get much bigger if you do. The next time I will get this replacement before taking things apart. My spindle fell out, the cables came un-routed, and I had to take out the whole mechanism to get it all back together (still not terrible, but definitely more work). If I had done it the easy way it would have been less than 1/2 hour, start to finish.
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  3. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Why pay more, August 23, 2014
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    CAREY B (Southaven, MS United States) –

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    I’m pretty handy, so when my wife told me her driver window would roll down, but not up, I started searching the internet for a good price on a window lift motor for her vehicle. I did check local parts stores first, but I’m always looking to save money. I ordered this one from Amazon and it works perfectly. There are plenty of instructional videos on YouTube to help you along. It wasn’t a hard fix.

    Additional note: you may need some new door panel retainers. Several of mine broke during this project. You can find these pretty cheap at your local auto parts store.

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