Dorman 748-266 | Pontiac Grand Prix Rear Left Power Window Motor and Regulator Assembly
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The original equipment window regulator binds from stress caused by a lack of sheathing and a poor cable reel housing design. This Dorman OE FIX replacement features sheathing and a redesigned cable reel housing to prevent cable binding.
BRAND: Dorman - OE Solutions
- Improved replacement - this window regulator and motor assembly features enhancements over the factory part for greater reliability
- Quality engineering - designed in the United States and backed by decades of automotive aftermarket experience
- Power, Window, Motor, Regulator, Assembly, Windows, Regulators
- Enhanced components - also includes cable sheathing to eliminate high tension and reduce cable stress
- Power Window Regulator And Motor Assembly
- Pontiac Grand Prix 2008-04
- Failure-resistant design - features a redesigned cable reel housing to resist cable reel binding from medium-term elongation
- WINDOW REGULATOR
|Installation Instructions Included
|Micro-controlled (Embedded Logic)
|Mounting Hardware Included
|1 Regulator and Motor Assembly
- ACDELCO: 11A609
- ECHLIN: WLR1069
- ACI: 82290
- A1 Cardone: 82-1037AR
- General Motors: 15869655
- 2004-2008 Pontiac Grand Prix - Position: Rear Left
Can I use Dorman parts to replace OEM parts?
Yes, Dorman parts can often be used as replacements for OEM parts, but it is important to carefully compare specifications and ensure compatibility.
How do I install Dorman shift linkage bushing?
To install a Dorman shift linkage bushing, first locate the old bushing and remove it if necessary. Apply lubricant to the Dorman bushing and slide it onto the shift linkage, tapping it into place with a soft tool until fully seated. Check the alignment and function of the shift linkage after installation.
Where is Dorman manufactured?
Dorman is a global automotive parts supplier with manufacturing facilities in the United States, Mexico, Canada, China, and India. Its headquarters and largest manufacturing facility are located in Colmar, Pennsylvania, USA.