William Mills: Do you have a video on doing this with a 2009 Hyundai Elantra?
Sera Millyard: I can not thank you guys enough!!! My drivers side window had come off the two bottom clips due to it catching on the window rubber seal clips when I was putting my window up this afternoon. I was able to follow the instructions on your video, remove the glass, then replace the silicon on both ends and after waiting for it to dry I have managed to get my window back on and working. LEGENDS!!!!!!! easy to follow, and saved me from having a very wet car as it is raining here in Brisbane, Australia.
Fixed in Brooklyn: Once again YouTube has saved my ass. Thanks for this video.
Vinny C: My drivers side window clips became loose and the glass kept separating from the regulator. The clips remained on the regulator and the glass separated from the clips. I used JB epoxy and glued the clips to the window. I just repaired it this morning and it seems to working fine now. Thanks for the detailed video, It made the job go a lot faster.
1A Auto Parts: You may want to take the door panel off to see if there's anything wrong with the window regulator. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Mary S: My Hyundai Elentra's passenger window just stopped 4 inches from closing. It made a snapping noise, do you think that the regulator broke and needs to be replaced? what do you think it could be, any advice would be greatly appreciated. Also around how much do you think it would cost for me to fix it? Thanks:)
1A Auto Parts: Normally there is a special glass epoxy that you can pick up locally at either a glass shop or even the dealer.
badboylll: What type of material attaches the window itself to the brackets? The brackets then attach to the window power regulator.
I ask because my window became loose from the brackets and I am trying to find a new type of glue that will bond to the plastic and glass. Thanks for the help.
How To Install Replace Front Power Window Regulator 2001-06 Hyundai Elantra5
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