My rear passenger window won't roll up and when I took it to the dealership, they said the motor for the window was fine but the part that's connected to it needs to be replaced. Do you know what part that would be?
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it is your window regulator...expect them all to go out.all four went out in my 2000 dts within a couple months..buy aftermarket or you'll be payin about 300 for just the regulator.they are real easy to replace by yourself.
well, when this happens to me, I grab the glass with a pair of pliers with tape on the window top, to prevent damage, Push on the switch to go up. Sometimes motors stick in the upward direction when down too low.
hello there: you may have to disassemble the door panel and check to see if the cable going to the actuator has come off if the cable is there and mounting looks OK you may need to replace the actuator its a simple procedure to do and it's just as expensive to replace the motor and actuator together at the same time the reason for this is to resolve future problems.... hope this helps thanks
Its on passenger side under rear seat cushion. Get in back seat FACING rear seatback, grab under lip of bottom seat cushion, and pull straight up. Disconnect seat heater connector (if so equipped) on passenger side and remove seat bottom. Tada! There ya go! Oh... btw. Its a $150 battery due to the venting system designed into it to vent fumes through a tube to the outside world. Thanks Cadillac!!! :(