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Product description


Specifications:
Placement on Vehicle: Front , Left
Side Location: Driver Side
Operation: Power
Material: Metal and Plastic
Motor Included: Yes

Fits:
2000-2007 For Ford Focus 4 Door

How to Install?
Step 1: Remove the interior door panel;
Step 2: Gently remove the plastic door cover;
Step 3: Locate the window mounting bolts;
Step 4: Remove the bolts while someone supports the window;
Step 5: Raise the window up into the door fFor Rame;
Step 6: Use masking tape to secure the window in place;
Step 7: Remove the window regulator bolts;
Step 8: Locate and remove the window motor mounting bolts;
Step 9: Disconnect the motor wiring harness connector;
Step 10: Remove the old window regulator through the access port;
Step 11: Slide the new window regulator back into place;
Step 12: Replace the window regulator mounting bolts;
Step 13: Reconnect the electrical connector;
Step 14: Remove the masking tape and lower the window back down;
Step 15: Insert the window mounting bolts;
Step 16: Reinstall the plastic liner and interior panel;

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