The rear window regulator is device that resides between the interior door trim and the exterior door shell on the rear doors that aids the window motor in raising and dropping the door window.
The cost of a used window regulator can be as low as $15 and upwards of $400 depending on the make and model.
|2003 BMW 745i||$351.00||$100.00||$251.00|
|2007 Honda Odyssey||$216.00||$65.00||$151.00|
|1990 Mazda 626||$354.00||$25.00||$329.00|
|2007 Lincoln Navigator||$373.00||$75.00||$298.00|
|2002 Ford Expedition||$267.00||$50.00||$217.00|
|2000 Lexus RX300||$324.00||$65.00||$259.00|
If electric be sure to find out if the motor is included or not. Your motor may be fine but in some cases they do not separate from the regulator. Find out from your mechanic what you need here. Ask the salesmen to look for corrosion or signs of wear. Confirm this before making your purchase. Sometimes a car might have water damage that can effect the metal parts. If it is considered an electrical part be sure to verify the company warranty policy and if this part falls under the same umbrella as “electrical parts” or not.
Ask the mechanic to check for any other parts behind the door trim that could create door rattles or any signs of water leakage while they are in there. Also, have the mechanic check the drain holes to make sure water that does enter is draining properly.
Keep an eye on the rubber window gaskets that help prevent water from entering the door cavity.