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  1. #1 DIY window amp fix 
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    Feb 2011
    Lawrenceville, GA
    Recently my driver side window went outand just started to click without moving at all. After taking the door panel off you can then get to the window amp. Using a flat head pry the plastic cover off of the top of the amp. Thios will expose the circuit board and you should see a thin strip ofcopper that has burntup and broken the joint. Simply soder this back together and your window will work perfectly again!
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    May 2011
    Grovetown, ga
    nice work. mine just went out too, and fortunately for me, my buddy has a 240 graveyard, so i just popped one off of his, but I will def check that out. sounds like an easy fix to me. Oh, and just FYI, the window amplifier is actually a DEALER ONLY PART, and it cost about 150 from nissan. lol. screw that. thanks again for the info.
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    Jan 2008
    I have an extra one if anyone needs it

    Quote Originally Posted by ImRickJames View Post
    Yeah well like I said I love my music though so its gotta be over the top. I want it to sound like a fucking symphony is riding shotgun with me
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