* Right Front Window
* Window Regulator
* When I push the button the rod on the regulator goes in and out but it will not operate the window up and down.
* I do have a black plastic piece that seem to have broken off.
* I bought a new window regulator, but I do not see where the black piece on it.
* I am looking for at least a picture, diagram and instructions on how to replace that unit.
Most likely the Black Plastic piece is a gromett, and it goes on to the regulator then snaps into the window's cut out hole, this allows the window to secure it self to the regulator.
Look or feel down on the bottom of the inside of the door, and see if theres any thing else that might of come off or broke, like a pin or a clip, once you secure the gromet to the window there should be a clip or a push pin that holds it into place.
Let me know if this helps, I will try to find a picture of the regulator diagram for you it might take some time.
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If it is a power window u may need a new window regulator if its ur back gate window u gotta pull the panel off and check all the rods that go to the opening handle my rods were bent and caught in the regulator causing it to jump but wont go up or down
sorry I don't have much on this one. But, once the door panel is removed, you need to disconnect the glass from the regulator. I can't remember... but I think it is held on with U clips. They are just pushed in on the back side of the trolly. Too release them just push to one side. (see pic)
*****NOTE: this is from another vehicle but the pin is the same...in the pic. the pin is being pushed back into place.
push the glass all the way to the top of the door and tape it there. Unplug the motor, unbolt the regulator and remove.
(Im pretty sure that year had 2 pins to hold in the door glass, if I'm wrong you will clearly see 2 X 10mm bolts holding the glass to the regulator)
hope this helps.
first these are easy to do,second look on ebay a-1 auto I think sells replacement for around $100 U.S
Take door panel off,there are several bolts in reg and 2 keepers on the window glass unhook the 2 keepers unplug the motor and turn unit and bring out the bottom of the doorthe window glass does NOT have to come out. it should only take less than an hour to do.
Not that difficult of a task, it would be wise to get a service manual with step by step instructions and pictures. Factory ones are here for $20 bucks http://www.promanuals.net/dodgejeep.html
Trim (1) Remove trim plug from mirror flag bezel. (2) Remove screws attaching trim panel to door (3) Using trim remover detach trim panel perimeter push-in fasteners from door inner panel. (4) Lift trim panel upward and separate from door. (5) If equipped, disconnect harness connectors for power accessories. (6) Disconnect latch rods from inside handle actuator. (7) Separate trim panel from vehicle.
Window Regulator (1) Remove front door glass, (you may be able to access the regulator if the window is up) (2) Loosen bolts attaching regulator to inner door panel (3) Remove bolt attaching regulator to inner door panel (4) Lift regulator upward to disengage bolts from door inner panel. (5) Disengage power window regulator harness connector, if equipped. (6) Remove regulator through access hole in door.
Check with a local scrap yard... they would know best. As far as I know, unless there is a difference in door shape, regulator should be the same. Name differences generally denote trim packages, and don't affect hard parts that much.