A broken automatic car window is a pain. If it breaks in the down position, then your vehicle is open to anyone wandering by and even a light rain will leave your seats and interior waterlogged. If your window breaks in the up position, then ordering from a drive-thru is going to be a hassle and you can forget the pleasant breeze on your face.
This video is about replacing a car window drive cable, which is what is sometimes necessary in order to fix a broken power window. It’s a complicated process and is shown in a step-by-step format in this video.
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