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2007-2017 Lincoln Navigator Driver Front Door Power Window Motor

Brand: OEM OEM

New Genuine OEM Part

Availability:
Low stock
Original price $ 191.50 - Original price $ 191.50
Original price
$ 191.50
$ 191.50 - $ 191.50
Current price $ 191.50

Part Details And Fitment

This Genuine OEM auto part, the AL7Z-7823395-B, is a brand new and genuine product in OEM manufacturers packaging. It is the same part sold at the new car dealership and is not aftermarket. Designed for the 2007-2017 Lincoln Navigator, this part is a Driver Front Door Power Window Motor. The power window motor is responsible for controlling the movement of the driver's side window, allowing for smooth and convenient operation.

The Genuine OEM AL7Z-7823395-B part resolves the problem of a malfunctioning or non-responsive power window motor in the Lincoln Navigator's driver front door. When the power window motor fails, it can result in issues such as the window getting stuck, unable to open or close fully, or operating slowly. By replacing the faulty power window motor with the Genuine OEM part, users can restore proper window functionality, ensuring easy and reliable operation.

To replace the existing driver front door power window motor with the Genuine OEM AL7Z-7823395-B, follow these step-by-step instructions:

Installation Instructions:

  1. Ensure you have the necessary tools: socket set, screwdriver, and trim panel removal tool.
  2. Locate the driver front door panel on the Lincoln Navigator.
  3. Using a trim panel removal tool, gently pry off the door panel, starting from the bottom and working your way up the sides.
  4. Disconnect any electrical connectors attached to the door panel.
  5. Remove the screws or bolts securing the power window motor to the door.
  6. Carefully detach the old power window motor from the door assembly.
  7. Take the Genuine OEM AL7Z-7823395-B power window motor and align it with the mounting holes on the door.
  8. Secure the new power window motor by tightening the screws or bolts.
  9. Reconnect any electrical connectors to the new power window motor.
  10. Ensure all connections are secure and properly seated.
  11. Replace the door panel by aligning it with the door frame and gently pressing it in place.
  12. Secure the door panel by reinstalling any screws or clips.
  13. Test the functionality of the power window by operating it up and down.

The entire replacement process usually takes approximately 1-2 hours to complete. It is recommended to have an intermediate level of mechanical skill and familiarity with removing and reinstalling door panels.

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