ABRN How 2 - May 2011 - (Page 1)
WINDOW REGULATOR REPLACEMENT
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Removing and installing a regulator for a power window is an important skill for collision repair technicians. Most cars now have power windows and side impact collisions often damage the windows and the regulators. In this month’s how-to edition of The Trainer, Ohio Technical College and ABRN join forces to take a look at replacing the regulator controlling the rear window of a Kia Sportage. Join Ohio Technical College collision repair instructor Bill Beyer, who is ASE certiﬁed, and his students as they remove and replace the window regulator. They will cover how to access the regulator so it can be removed, and provide helpful tips on how to install the new regulator.
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