Mark Houlahan
Brand Manager, Mustang Monthly
June 16, 2010

Tech | Window Mechanism Replacement
As anyone who gets up in the morning with creaking sounds emanating from their bodies and not their bed frame will attest, time doesn't stand still for anyone or anything. Where ever you have a moving part, be it your knees or your classic Mustang's window regulators, age and rough use take their toll on them and cause issues down the road. While we're not qualified to give you medical advice about your aching joints, we can certainly share our Mustang knowledge with you to get your aged window mechanisms working freely once again.

Tackling your classic Mustang window issues is a simple weekend project that won't set your wallet on fire either. While the worst case scenario is the need to replace the window regulator, often times the issue with a sticky window is nothing more than a worn window roller or the need for some adjustment and lubrication to get your glass moving with ease once again. With some simple handtools, a few hours of your time, and a couple of replacement parts, your classic Mustang's windows will be rolling up and down with little effort and you'll have one less annoyance in your life.

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