This kit comes with everything you need to convert from those tiring manual crank windows to a modern switch controlled power window setup. It includes new power regulators featuring AC Delco motors for the front windows, beautiful chrome plated switches for the doors, a complete and labeled wiring harness, as well as conduit to protect the wires traveling through the doors.
- New Power Regulators (2)
- New AC Delco Power Window Motors (2)
- Chrome Vintage Ford Style Switches (2)
- Complete and Labeled Wiring Harness (1)
- Conduit (2)
Constructed from 1018 cold roll steel with bronze Oilite thrust bearings at all the pivot points and treated gear plates for longer teeth life. The new power window regulators are designed to bolt directly into the original mounting holes with little to no modifications and will use the original glass channels. Each window regulator is equipped with a new AC Delco OEM motor, ensuring the highest of quality and performance every time you hit the switch.
This kit includes a master double switch that controls both front windows and a smaller single switch for the passenger side front window, all beautifully styled to mimic that vintage Ford look with a gorgeous chrome plated finish. With a complete and labeled wiring harness already attached to the switches, installation is as simple as finding a location to mount the switches, running the wires and you're ready to go! The wiring harness comes with all the wires labeled for correct positioning and is fused to allow operation of the power windows without the engine running. The black wire is the ground and should be attached to clean metal to ensure a proper ground. The red (orange) wire is the 12V hot feed.
*Original glue-in style door glass found in 1969 and some 1970 Mustangs may be too weak to handle the new power regulators; it is recommended to replace the old glue with new, stronger glue; or convert to 1970 bolt-in style door glass.
Please Note: We recommend using the kit with crank handle style switches so you are not left with a hole in your door panels where the factory regulator would come through.