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Went into the Parts Source today

you know Canadian Tire's offshoot jobber branch in many Canadian cities ?

Anyways I was looking for one of these;



For the power window motors on one of the Mopars (exact same as the Fords and Lincolns BTW).

The guy rings it up ......$4.79 Canadian !!!!!!!!!!!!

Last time I bought them they were considerably more than that. I ask "why so cheap"? He says they're clearing out a great deal of their old stock from their "Help" section nationwide.

If'n you've been waiting to buy something in the Help section........

Now's your chance !!!!!!!!

Sixlitre
 

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Let me get this straight, Six, are you saying I can buy a power window motor from Canadian Tire for less than % bucks?????? I'm there, man. Please confirm this! I will buy at least two per side if this is true.
 

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waltman said:
Let me get this straight, Six, are you saying I can buy a power window motor from Canadian Tire for less than % bucks?????? I'm there, man. Please confirm this! I will buy at least two per side if this is true.
Sorry Waltman

my poor English. What it read above, and then below, the picture meant to say "I was looking for one of these....for the power window motor on one of the Mopars.

"These" being those plastic dowels pictured there.

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Damn! You got me all excited. My motorsport pics aren't showing up for me yet, so I am not clear on what you are talking about. Good for you though.
 

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waltman said:
Damn! You got me all excited. My motorsport pics aren't showing up for me yet, so I am not clear on what you are talking about. Good for you though.
Waltman

It's those little plastic dowel gear pins, inside the power window motors, that are supposed to sacrifice themselves so nothing else breaks. They're cheap and relatively easy to replace and the window will go up and down once again.

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