Senator Elizabeth Warren has taken aim at the revolving door regulators that once worked in government, but now will help AT&T push its $100 billion (including debt) acquisition of Time Warner. Warren this week specifically singled out Christine Varney, a lawyer at Cravath, Swaine & Moore that used to be a former US Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division for the Obama Administration and an FTC commissioner for the Clinton Administration.
Vehicles equipped with electric windows have an electric motor in each door. When the driver/passenger pushes the window-switch control panel, the window raises and lowers. This electric motor operates a mechanical linkage called the door window regulator, which is attached to the door's window glass.
Wear in the door window regulator may cause the window to open or close improperly—or not move at all—even though the motor can be heard when the window-switch control panel is operated.
To replace the door window regulator, first remove the inner door trim panel. Then, remove the regulator from the window glass and then remove the glass itself. Separate the electric motor and door window regulator and replace the window-operating mechanism. The components are then reassembled in reverse order.