I would agree that the motor is at fault. The reason it eventually quits all together is because that circuit is protected by a circuit breaker and when you use that motor, it draws WAY too many amps for that circuit. The breaker trips and has to cool off before it resets. Then it starts working again. Bottom line, replace the motor. And yes, if your husband can replace one on a Miata, he should be able to do this one, as well. And don't be scared of the aftermarket parts. I do this for a living and that's just about all I use if they're available.
Saturday, October 25th, 2008 AT 1:28 PM