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Dorman 741-578 Rear Driver Side Replacement Power Window Regulator with Motor for Select Cadillac/Chevrolet/GMC Models

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  • In the 1968 to 1976 Corvette power window motor design, GM used the same motors as the 56-67 Corvette, but they flipped them around so what was a left hand motor in a 56-67 Corvette became a right hand motor in the 68-76 Corvette, and vice versa. However, the manufacturer of the motor never changed and neither did their part number, so when you look at the right hand motor (passenger side) in a 68-77 Corvette, the motor is stamped “LH” for left hand. It is a left hand for a 56-67, but not a 68-77. This leads to confusion many times when a customer receives a new window motor that is correct, but they think it is wrong. Of course you always need to be aware of how GM determined what is left and what is right, it was from sitting in the car; RH=passenger LH=driver. Also, GM changed the electrical plug midyear 1976, so all motors produced by GM after the middle of 1976 had the new design plug. In 1978 the motor changed again, but it was only by adding a bracket to the back of the motor, the rest of the motor and the plug was the same as the late 76. The motors that are supplied now will work in all applications, but if you are installing this motor in 56-76E (E=early) then you will also need an adapter harness so that the motor will plug into the earlier harness in your Corvette. 1968-1982 Power Window Motor Replacement:

    In the 1968 to 1976 Corvette power window motor design, GM used the same motors as the 56-67 Corvette, but they flipped them around so what was a left hand motor in a 56-67 Corvette became a right hand motor in the 68-76 Corvette, and vice versa. However, the manufacturer of the motor never changed and neither did their part number, so when you look at the right hand motor (passenger side) in a 68-77 Corvette, the motor is stamped “LH” for left hand. It is a left hand for a 56-67, but not a 68-77. This leads to confusion many times when a customer receives a new window motor that is correct, but they think it is wrong. Of course you always need to be aware of how GM determined what is left and what is right, it was from sitting in the car; RH=passenger LH=driver. Also, GM changed the electrical plug midyear 1976, so all motors produced by GM after the middle of 1976 had the new design plug. In 1978 the motor changed again, but it was only by adding a bracket to the back of the motor, the rest of the motor and the plug was the same as the late 76. The motors that are supplied now will work in all applications, but if you are installing this motor in 56-76E (E=early) then you will also need an adapter harness so that the motor will plug into the earlier harness in your Corvette. 1968-1982 Power Window Motor Replacement:

  • In the 1968 to 1976 Corvette power window motor design, GM used the same motors as the 56-67 Corvette, but they flipped them around so what was a left hand motor in a 56-67 Corvette became a right hand motor in the 68-76 Corvette, and vice versa. However, the manufacturer of the motor never changed and neither did their part number, so when you look at the right hand motor (passenger side) in a 68-77 Corvette, the motor is stamped “LH” for left hand. It is a left hand for a 56-67, but not a 68-77. This leads to confusion many times when a customer receives a new window motor that is correct, but they think it is wrong. Of course you always need to be aware of how GM determined what is left and what is right, it was from sitting in the car; RH=passenger LH=driver. Also, GM changed the electrical plug midyear 1976, so all motors produced by GM after the middle of 1976 had the new design plug. In 1978 the motor changed again, but it was only by adding a bracket to the back of the motor, the rest of the motor and the plug was the same as the late 76. The motors that are supplied now will work in all applications, but if you are installing this motor in 56-76E (E=early) then you will also need an adapter harness so that the motor will plug into the earlier harness in your Corvette. 1968-1982 Power Window Motor Replacement:

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