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if you can hear the motors its probabley the glass come of the runner or the wire has snaped remove the rear door card and have a look its should be easy to tell if its snaped or not get some one to press the button and watch how it works either replace wire or put glass back on runner hope this helps ivan
I have a 1990 Mustang with power windows. When i first got the car the windows rolled up and down fine, then the passenger one started going up slower than the driver one. When i needed to fix my power locks i had them change the window motor in the passenger side. Now the passenger window rolls up faster than the driver one. The problem is the window motors.......and about the motors still running: the switches probably need to be replaced as well. I can almost guarantee this will solve your problem:)
the one in the rear that is up could just be stuck since we tend to only use the front.....i have seen the ones in the rear to get stuck in the rubber window runs all of the time on cars and trucks.....try and take a plastic trim tool and run it around the window and see if it is stuck and you can also get someone to slam the door a couple of times while you are holding the switch down on the drivers door and see if it will start working and also make sure the window lock is not on......if this doesnt work the best thing to do is to take the door panel off to make sure it is getting power to it and if so it will need new motors......i hope that this will help.......
The window will do this if it comes up against an obstruction. One of the window lifter guides could be broken causing the window to run skew. This would make it to tight in the runners and the motor would recognize this as an obstruction and wind the window down again. Have some one check the mechanism for damage.
remove the inner door pannel the screws securing it will be in the handel and hiden clips around the edge prise them away with a flat bladed screwdriver, once removed you will see the window glass that has come off its runners, undo the winding mech from its fixings and reposition the glass in its runners, you can lock the glass in the up position with a piece of thin wood or simillar if you cannot fix why it came off its runners,
can u hear the motor running? if so take the door card of and see if the glass has come out of the runner (if not then you need a new motor) u may find that the bar that runs verticaly is snapped then u need a new regulator about £80 new, get to ur nearest scrap car yard! no more than 20 quid!