If you have a mid 2002-early 2006 Jeep Liberty this will fit the LEFT (Driver) REAR. This redesign includes a new cable which attaches directly to the regulator bracket. Package includes photo instructions and is quite easy to change. AND, these are MADE IN THE USA.
These will NOT fit the late 2006-2007. If the plastic regulator tube itself is broken you may need a complete regulator. This is not common. If in doubt remove the door panel and take a look.
Exchanges no problem, BUT, NO Refunds.
Exchanges no problem, but there are NO refunds on these, Thanks, Scott
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Posted by Unknown on 21st Jul 2015
It was easy to follow the youtube video and the part will I am sure solve the window down but not going up issue for eternity. ok, maybe not that long but for the foreseeable future. Thank you so much for providing quality parts for people like me that don't have enough sense but choose to fix their own vehicles.
Posted by Jim on 9th Jun 2014
This was the easiest repair i ever attempted. the instructions were good and accurate. I accidentally ordered the wrong side repair kit but called and you took care that i got the right one. Thanks So Much.
Posted by Unknown on 5th May 2014
Item arrived in less than a week, and only required about an hour to install. Watch the video, it'll save you time and skinned knuckles! No wonder the dealers don't wont to sell these, an new regulator and install >$300!
Posted by Charlie on 24th Dec 2013
This day and time it's hard to find a company that does what they say they will do. Quality product, fast service, fair price. My step daughter had been quoted over $600 for window repair. It cost $90 and took 45 minutes. Very useful video.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Oct 2013
The Liberty Window Regulator fit as it was supposed too. The only difficulty I had with the installation was the wiring harness and removing the old regulator from the window. Once I reviewed the video a second time, all went smooth.
I'm sure another window regulator will fail, so then I'll need to contact Up and Down Main Street again.
Posted by Larry Frazee on 10th Aug 2013
well it took me about 2 1/2 hours to put in the first one -anticipate 1 1/2 hours on the next one. video was helpful if you were putting one in frt door but not so for the rear doors. it could have included some more shots putting assembly BACK into the door- I had to really improvise on that step. Reversing the order of it was not all that easy. A little more instruction on how the window pops into the regulator would have been helpful too. That took a little figuring out too. Not impossible , but would have been easier if spelled out. The next one will be a whole lot easier if you have done it once.
Posted by Lee on 26th Jun 2013
The Chrysler dealership charged my wife $500 to replace the entire assembly.
I found this for $48.
With a YouTube video giving installation instructions the job couldn't have been easier.
Fantastic value, I’ll be back for future needs.
Posted by Alex on 31st Aug 2012
Repaired the regulator in about 40 minutes. Nothing to it. Great company! Will buy again!
Posted by Roger on 6th Aug 2012
Info was great, kept us from buying the entire regulator which was much more expensive. Instructions were decent enough to make it a fairly simple job.
Posted by Doug C. on 18th Jun 2012
This was a great buy! The dealer told me you could only buy the whole regulator , with motor , for $270. This was just the broken part and worked like a charm. The instructions were great and it only took about 30 mins to install. It also came with a Mopar part #, I wonder why the dealer doesn't know about it, hmmmm.
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