Hey guys, it has been a while, over the past couple weeks, I have been heavily working on the 77 New Yorker, but I have run into a few issues lately. First of all, one of the biggest problems I have faced are the window motors. When I bought the car, it had American Bosch mototrs dated 1976 in all doors except the driver, which is the only door that had a working window motor as well. Then, my dad and I tried to replace the window motor on the driver's door with an ACI Motor from Rockauto.com, but it did not have the correct bolt pattern. Then, we sent that back, ordered 4 window motors from Cardone, the other brand listed on Rockauto.com, and we had them put in by a nearby mechanic who is great with older cars. Unfortunately, the Cardone motors ended up being too weak, so the mechanic took out the window seals so there would be no resistance on the window, but now the car would no be safe in the rain and my windows are not aligned properly. My plan was to get the original American Bosch window motors rebuilt by Powerwindowrepair.com, but they gave us a price of $200 to $250 per motor. Should I try to rebuild the original window motors myself, and then have those put in, which should definitely be powerful enough, or is there a window motor brand that would fit the 77 New Yorker and be powerful enough? Thanks, 77newyorker440 P.S. My dad and I finished cleaning the undercarriage of my car (colossal oil leak), and now my brake lights don't work when I hit the brakes, only when I have the parking lights and headlights on? Did water get into a connection, or is it just the switch near the brake pedal?