How to Install Replace Rear Power Window Regulator Buick Lesabre 00-05 1AAuto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, cracked, damaged, slow-moving, or stuck power window regulator and motor. This video is applicable to 2000-2005 Buick Lesabre models

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25 Responses to How to Install Replace Rear Power Window Regulator Buick Lesabre 00-05

  1. 1aauto says:

    The basic procedures should be similar,but the way things come apart would be different.

  2. Alex Johnson says:

    Awesome video! This will help me tremendously. I had a quick question though. My motor is still good so I just ordered the regulator without the motor because it was much cheaper. Is the installation any different? Would I have to take the motor off the old regulator and put it on the new one?

    Thanks again for this video.

  3. 1aauto says:

    The procedure would be the same, the only added thing that you would need to do is to take the old motor off and add the new one on.

  4. Alex Johnson says:

    Thank you very much.

  5. franticbob says:

    Thank you very much for posting this! I installed it today and it was very simple thanks to your video. The two push pins that held the styrofoam in kind of got mangled so I’m going to see if I can get some good replacements at the auto store. One other thing is that the old and new part have some grease on them so have a rag nearby. It is a good feeling to fix your own car!

  6. 1aauto says:

    It sure is. Thank you for visiting our auto repair channel on YouTube.

  7. StellasPaw says:

    This video was a big help. I used it to replace the window regulator in my wifes 2006 Buick. The hardest part was getting the window off of the plastic track that holds it to the regulator. But I was done in about 40 minutes. Thanks

  8. Jose Kyle says:

    hi…i need you help.. i had the buick century limited 2001,,,and internal lights and the lights will not turn on the radio power mirrors not working ..

  9. 1aauto says:

    You may want to check the fuses to see if any of them are blown.

  10. twatripp says:

    Dealer wanted $375 to do this job, so I saved about $275 by following this video. It was exactly as shown. As someone else commented, be sure to loosen the clamps before you install the regulator as it’s a nuisance to loosen them after you have installed it. Wiggling the old regulator out of the door and the new one into it requires a little patience, but you just have to get it into the right position and it comes right out. Don’t be afraid to tackle this job!!

  11. 1aauto says:

    Thank you for checking out our 00-05 Buick Lesabre power window regulator auto repair video on YouTube. Have a great day!

  12. damiani888 says:

    This video is great! Watching this is so much better than trying to read confusing descriptions online that all seem to conflict with each other! Making videos like this to share knowledge with everyone is definitely making the best possible use of awesome technology like youtube. Thank you! 🙂

  13. 1aauto says:

    You’re welcome. Have a great day! 888-844-3393

  14. jon083166 says:

    may i suggest that you post the cost of the part if ordered from you….

  15. 1aauto says:

    Garages get different rates. It all depends on who you go to. You may want to try a local auto body shop if you don’t feel comfortable making the repair yourself.

  16. scotchapollo says:

    Thanks for the very comprehensive and instructive video. I was able to fix this on my own thanks to you and save hundreds in the process.

  17. dangolf101 says:

    Thank You! You did save me time and money!! Thanks for doing these videos. Subscribed!

  18. 1aauto says:

    You’re welcome have a great day! 888-844-3393

  19. myehsayshello says:

    How long does this take?

  20. 1aauto says:

    If this is your first time doing this, it might take you half a day to do it because you might not be familiar with all of the tools or you might run into a snag some place.

  21. domenicd123 says:

    how do you know if its the motor or the regulator? im planning on helping my buddy fix his tomorrow but idk how it broke. he said it was moving slow and then eventually stopped working so it would be the motor right?

  22. 1aauto says:

    The window motor may slow down with age, or you may want to check the gear on the motor to see if it’s stripped. You could also try to spray some silicone spray on the window weatherstrip and add some white lithium grease to the window regulator to see if that helps to speed it up. these items can be found at your local auto parts store. If you need a new window motor we carry them with FREE Shipping on our website 888-844-3393 Hope this helps you out.

  23. epg1213 says:

    Thanks for the video! It was a fantastic help and I was able to replace it! The only trouble I had was that the clips were almost impossible to get off the window. It was almost as if they were glued on! I got one off, but the 2nd one would not budge. I left it on and it snapped into place with the new regulator.

  24. Brandon Robinson says:

    My back passenger window is stuck. A friend of mines opened it in this Chicago Weather. and i need to have it back up before Saturday! I need to pull it up, I can hear the motor in the door but the window will not move at all!

  25. 1aauto says:

    You may need to take the door panel off and push it back into place by hand. Sometimes the cable can break on the regulator and prevent the window from moving if it’s tangled up inside of the door. We carry new window regulators on our website with free shipping. 888-844-3393

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