I have a 2000 Tracker 4 door
The drivers power window tips forward and binds (gets stuck) on the way up.
I see there is a service bulletin from chevy on this problem, but I can't find the solution on the web. Anyone else have this problem? How do I fix it.
Try spraying silicone into the window opening with the window rolled down, using the red plastic tube to get the spray into the.regulator. Spray into the front of the door opening, then open and close the window a few times to lubricate the mechanism.
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There is a circuit breaker. Usually not the problem. I have replaced two in 40 years. If you checked and have no power to the master switch. Wires for these tend to break in the boot between the drivers door and the frame. If you have one window that works, then look to the motors/ regulators in the doors.
Would seem your into the inner doors & have a partial
grasp on things
Now you fix all door windows one shot
#1 Test all switches,ohm meter unplugged or volt meter with power
#2 Test all motors with battery voltage direct -- DC motor will run either direction-- can't hook up wrong
#3 Window Regulators -you know about them (Unless they are broken-you said they are tight)
#4 Do you have good ground side wiring & battery voltage at all
switches & motors
#5 Last resort--unhook the cables & work on freeing up the
glass & window guides etc then you will have found out if the
regulators are the issue
drivers window? trackers come in 4doors.so?
manual or power windows?
ive got 4 (trackers) and 3 are manual windows.
is window stuck at top, bottom or part way?
lacking these facts (inputs) prevents, answers.
Interior or exterior handle? Remove the door panel first. They make a special tool for removing the window crank, but usually you can get it off with a screwdriver. There is a little clip under the crank that needs to be removed first. Then remove the door handle itself, this has a screw in it. Then pull the panel off. With the window in the fully down position or the up position you should be able to get to the handle itself for the exterior. If it's an interior handle just remove that without taking the door handle off. This is all pretty self explanatory once you see it.