Nissan Murano Window Motors and Parts
The Nissan Murano is a mid-size crossover SUV that features five doors, standard front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, and a 3.5-liter, V6 engine or a hybrid engine. Nissan began producing this vehicle in 2003 and concluded production in 2007. After raising and lowering the auto glass in the passenger's side or driver's side doors of your Nissan Murano for many years, you may need to replace the window motor and the other internal components that work with it.What are the window parts features for the Nissan Murano?
- Pre-wired for ease of installation: The power window parts may come pre-wired so that you do not have to do any crimping or wiring before you install them into your Nissan Murano.
- Stainless steel hardware: The harness, housing, gears, and assembly of the motors are made from stainless steel. This material is designed to withstand extreme temperatures and exposure to grease and moisture.
- Regulators for smooth lifting and lowering of the auto glass: Regulators work with the power window motors to help them raise and lower the glass in the window as smoothly as possible.
- Choose the model year of your Nissan: Different model years of this Nissan vehicle have different sizes of auto glass panes and different motor requirements.
- Select the placement of the power window parts: There are products available for the driver's side front and back and passenger's side front and back auto glass systems.
- Choose the manufacturer of the window parts: Select Nissan as the original equipment manufacturer of the regulation unit, engine, and other components. Products made by other manufacturers, including ACI Maxair, Cardone Industries, Dorman, and TYC, are also available. In addition, unbranded products are available for this crossover sport utility vehicle.
You may need to replace the window regulator and motor assembly if pushing the control button for the window's operation does not activate the window motor. Window motors for Nissan Muranos offer an easy replacement process. To do this, open the affected door's panel by removing the plastic with a Phillips head screwdriver. Manually lift up the glass until you can see the bolts. Remove the bolts with a wrench and socket. Remove the module assembly and harness connector. Take the metal stabilizer clips off of the back. Insert the replacement power window motor. Reconnect the clips, harness, and module in the reverse order from which you took them off of the vehicle.