Let me know how that goes. I just had a passenger side regulator replaced in an 03 using the dealer recommended OEM replacement part 04865610AI. The only problem I have after the dealer trying two different OEM regulators is that it does not roll down completely flush. There is about 1/2" of window sticking up above the door when all the way down. The dealer thinks that part supersession now on the "AI" part may have a slightly shorter travel. You can have a company in Arizona rebuild your failed regulator. I'm going down that route right now.
But I have a quotation to have mine Rebuilt with Metal that does not break out of a Window Repair place in Arizona and will do this as the stock ones are not robust and just replacing the regulator with the stock one would not be a permanent solution. They have been very responsive, and it comes with a lifetime warranty.
Here is the place that has been recommended on this site with good results. I have a quote from them. https://powerwindowrepair.com/
Hey guys, any update on the PowerWindinowRepair place in Arizona?Let me know how that goes. You can have a company in Arizona rebuild your failed regulator. I'm going down that route right now.
Groovy thanks! Standing by..I am so sorry to answer so late. I've done nothing with my Viper in the past months . Long story. I will get this going and report back. I plan on keeping this car - long story, again. But I will do the research and fix mine and report back. these are crazy issues that should be fixed.
just call the powerwindowrepair - they will ask for pictures etc before confirming you to ship it!How bad can they be and still be rebuilt? I put a new one in my driver's side a few years ago, but I think I hung on to the old unit for parts. Wasn't sure if they could be too far gone to be rebuilt or not. My passenger one is hanging on, but I have a feeling it might not be too far behind one of these days.