Cardone : 42341

Artikelnr: cdo42341
  • Box Part Number: FP-1
  • Canada VIO Count: 12923
  • Cardone Pop Code: W
  • E-Waste: Yes
  • FAQs: A motor equipped with an anti-pinch safety feature typically has 5 or more terminals or pins as well as an express-up feature on the window switch.
  • FAQs: An external module monitors the rotation of the internal gear. If there is a change in the pulse train of the sensor before the window if fully closed, the module will interpret this change as something preventing the window from moving easily, which causes the module to change polarity to the motor to reverse its direction.
  • FAQs: Can I bench-test a case grounded motor?
  • FAQs: Do all vehicles with power windows have an anti-pinch safety feature?
  • FAQs: Dry or worn weather-strip and tracks, dirty switch contacts, or damaged window regulator could be causing these problems.
  • FAQs: How can I tell if my vehicle has an anti-pinch window lift motor?
  • FAQs: How does the anti-pinch safety feature work?
  • FAQs: Is it necessary to reset a motor that has the anti-pinch safety feature after installation?
  • FAQs: Most 2-terminal or 2-wire motors are grounded through the control switch; however, some older applications use the motor housing as a common ground. If power supply and ground are applied directly to the terminals of a motor with this design, an internal short may result. These motors require a battery ground be directly applied to the housing, and then power can be applied to either terminal.
  • FAQs: My window drops 2 to 3 inches from the upper window channel, then stops when I use the "Auto-Up" feature in my Toyota or Nissan. What's causing this?
  • FAQs: Noisy operation or a popping sound can be misdiagnosed as a window lift motor problem. What may actually be happening is the regulator cable hold-down may be broken or missing; this would allow the cable to snag on the window regulator bracket as the window is raised, producing the noise. Install a new hold-down or suitable substitute.
  • FAQs: Not if the motor is installed and is not disturbed from its factory-set position. If the motor is operated before being coupled to regulator, then it will need to be reset.
  • FAQs: The anti-pinch feature was introduced by Opel in 1986. Most vehicles built after 2008 with an auto-up and auto-down switch option have an anti-pinch safety feature.
  • FAQs: The anti-pinch safety feature prevents the window glass from reaching the end of its upward travel when the system senses an obstacle in the path of the glass.
  • FAQs: The likely cause is a window lift motor that was bench-tested or operated before being installed into the window regulator. This action cancels the upper limit position. All express up/down motors are shipped in the "full up" position and should not be bench-tested until fully coupled with the regulator. If disturbed, the motor's travel limits must be set for the motor to know whether the window is closed or open. Follow the correct procedure as stated in a vehicle specific service manual or web-based tutorial to set travel limits.
  • FAQs: The vehicle may have faulty wiring or a defective control switch. Most 2-wire window lift motors depend on a voltage polarity change to control direction. If the motor runs in one direction but not the other, the problem is most likely in the wiring or switch. On some older GM applications, the ground is always applied to the motor body, with direction switching being controlled by whichever of the two pins receives voltage.
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  • FAQs: What causes noisy operation or popping on a window lift motor with a cable-type regulator design?
  • FAQs: What's an anti-pinch safety feature?
  • FAQs: Why does my 2-wire window lift motor only run in one direction?
  • Features and Benefits: As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.
  • Features and Benefits: Each motor is 100% tested. Testing includes loading the motor on a simulated window fixture to verify speed and strength of the motor
  • Features and Benefits: Every motor has its internal components inspected and gauged. Bushings are gauged and re-impregnated with lubricating oil, ball bearings are replaced with new and armatures are fully tested to ensure insulation
  • Features and Benefits: Every remanufactured motor is assembled with the precise amount of lubricant to ensure quiet operation and long life
  • Features and Benefits: Every remanufactured motor is fully compatible with the O.E. mounting and regulator
  • Features and Benefits: For motors which have an auto up / down feature, output signals and pulse counts are matched to the vehicle application and motors are shipped in the 'full up position'
  • Features and Benefits: Internal gears are gauged, inspected and renewed for reuse or replaced if out of spec. Replacement gears are redesigned with a stronger, less brittle material than O.E. to prevent premature wear, stripping and breakage
  • Features and Benefits: Motor magnets are 100% recharged, guaranteeing efficiency and reliability
  • Features and Benefits: Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.
  • Gear Included: Yes
  • Mounting Hole Quantity: 3
  • Mounting Type: Through Hole
  • Package Contents: Window Lift Motor, Instruction Sheet
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Product Line Marketing Stmt: After 50 years of leadership in the automotive aftermarket, we are excited to start the next chapter of CARDONE's dynamic history. We are positioned to support the next wave of vehicle technology and ready to innovate new solutions that bring value to our customers - all while upholding sustainable business practices and high ethical principles. We build it better.
  • Qty To Pallet: 288
  • Regulator Included: No
  • Window Motor Use Location: Front Left
  • Wire Quantity: 2
  • F58Z1623395A: Ford
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