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This replacement manual window regulator is precision-engineered and extensively tested to match the exact fit, function and performance of the stock window regulator on specific vehicle years, makes and models.
Vehicle model years this part fits:
Lexus LS400: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
Power window regulators can fail for a number of reasons, including excessive wear of mechanical pieces, rust and corrosion.
In some models, poor-quality plastic parts become brittle and break, and poorly designed components bend and twist over time.
Dorman was one of the first companies to provide window regulators to the automotive aftermarket more than 15 years ago, and we've since become experts at making these replacement parts effective and reliable.
Our engineers examine why window regulators from the original manufacturers fail, and then find solutions for those failure-prone designs. When you see one of our parts with an OE FIX label, that means we found a common problem with an original equipment maker's design, and implemented a creative solution to make the part more reliable or easier to install.
We also have advanced technological capabilities that allow us to integrate increasingly complex technologies into our motors, including printed circuit integration and embedded software engineering.
And we test all of our regulators on actual doors from real-world car models, running them through thousands of cycles, examining everything from how long they hold up to how fast they go up and down. This is the expertise, innovation and quality assurance you can expect from Dorman Window Regulators.
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