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For drivers who place necessary emphasis on reliability and technology, Ford really delivers. Your Ford Explorer will undoubtedly be subjected to rugged conditions over the course of its life and quality OEM and aftermarket parts will be critical to trouble-free operation. When you need comfortable control and low-priced design automobiles produced by Ford can be trusted. When you want solid construction and rugged dependability you want a quality car from Ford. Choosing a Ford, you relish great styling plus also famous endurance.Ford manufactures solid and robust vehicles, but all vehicles have secondary systems that will sometimes cease functioning and require attention - our site has the aftermarket components your vehicle is in need of. Ford Explorer Window Motors are affixed to a switch and a worm gear to deliver the up and down action of a power window. Your Ford Explorer Window Motor delivers the strength necessary to lower and raise a car's automatic windows. The Ford Explorer Window Motor is the component that moves the vehicle's windows. Your Ford Explorer needs to be maintained in the best shape and well-maintained; that can mean buying the highest-quality new and OEM parts.
We stock these Window Motor brands for the Ford Explorer: ReplacementDormanA1 CardoneSKPDIY SolutionsBrockAC Delco
Window Motors available for the following Ford Explorer years: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91. This part is also sometimes called Ford Explorer Window Motors. We stock window motor parts for most Ford models including F150, Expedition, Mustang, F350, F250 Super Duty, F250, F350 Super Duty, Windstar, Ranger, Bronco, Thunderbird, Taurus, Fusion, Focus, Crown Victoria, Excursion, Explorer Sport Trac, Freestar, Bronco II, E150 Econoline, LTD Crown Victoria, Aerostar, Edge, F-250 HD, Tempo, E150 Econoline Club Wagon, LTD, E350 Econoline, Escort, Escape, Transit-250, Contour, Flex, Galaxie 500, F650, Country Squire, F Super Duty, Five Hundred, Fiesta and Probe.
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The 2017 Ford Explorer enters the new model year largely unchanged after last year's light overhaul. It boasts smoother bodywork, better interior features, more thorough sound deadening, and an improved mid-range engine option. Nothing too extreme. The Ford Explorer is best when judged as a front-wheel-drive family wagon rather than an all-terrain SUV. To its credit, Ford doesn't boast much about the SUV's off-road chops beyond mentioning its "Snow" mode. It can however, when properly equipped, tow 5,000 pounds, seat up to seven, and pack in enough interior amenities to ensure a luxury ride.
The 2016 Ford Explorer nearly aced federal testing with a perfect five-star overall rating. The only blemish was a four-star score for rollover safety, which is common among tall-riding SUVs. Independent testing by the IIHS is another story. The 2016 Ford Explorer received top "Good" scores in moderate-front overlap crash, side impact and roof strength tests, but only "Marginal" in the small-overlap crash test.
Power windows have been a luxury for car owners since they debuted in the mid-1970s. Back in those days windows were cranked up manually, and you were lucky if the cheap handles didn't break off in your hands. Today, nearly 95 percent of cars, trucks, and SUVs sold in the United States are equipped with power windows, making them normal as opposed to luxury upgrades. Just like any other mechanical or electrical part, they can wear or break entirely. One of the most common components of the power window assembly that breaks is the window motor/regulator assembly.
The window motor/regulator assembly is responsible for lowering and raising windows when the power window button is engaged. Many of today's popular cars, trucks, and SUVs have a combined motor and regulator assembly that needs to be replaced together if one of the components is not functioning correctly. However, there are a few warning signs that the components inside the assembly are beginning to wear out.
What are the symptoms of a bad or failing window motor?
If you have to repeatedly press the window button in order to activate the window motor, it's a good indication that there is a problem with the motor assembly. There also might be an issue with the switch itself. In some cases it could simply be debris that is trapped under the switch that is causing the problem.
Power window systems are fine-tuned to a precise speed to ensure the window does not break as it's rolled up or down. When the motor begins to fail, or if there is an electrical problem with the regulator assembly, it can cause the window to roll up slower or faster than it should.
Another common symptom of a bad or failing window motor is a clicking sound when you depress the power window button. This can cause the window motor/regulator assembly to work harder than it should, which can also cause the window to fall off the rails.
What is the Ford Explorer Window Motor replacement cost?
The Dorman window motor for the Ford Explorer can be had for $35.33 from PartsGeek.