Ugh. It's not the motor. The wires are all frayed in the regulator. Through the dealer, the regulator costs $242.93. Of course they don't have it in stock. Said they can have one for me by Thursday. 5 days from now.
I called Napa (where I got the motor yesterday), and they can have it in store for me in 2 hours and costs $179.99. I am really starting to like these Napa guys in Pleasanton, CA. Guy I have worked with is named Terry.
Anyway, here are the part numbers for this stuff.
Nissan part number for the regulator is: 807217s000
Napa part number for the (refurbed) lift motor is: 49-20965
Napa part number for the regulator is: 749-524
So, if your window symptoms are that the motor seems to be strong, except for certain positions as it goes up and down, you may want to check for the availability of the regulator before you dig in.
Here you can see the wires are frayed in the regulator:
And this is what the full regulator assembly looks like. This is what you get when you order the "regulator". It is not just the plastic housing.
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'07 LE 4x4, Injen PowerFlow intake, SuperChips tuned, Borla dual exhaust, Bilstein struts, Michelin LTX MS2's, PowerSlot slotted rotors/Akebono pads, Goodridge SS brake lines, KMC-XD Monster rims, Viper remote start.