Drivers side widow will not go down more than 2 inches
The driver's window goes down 2 inches , Then the motor goes "brrr". Obviously, the motor still functions, but the window is stuck/off track somehow. I've repaired windows (in the doors) before when they've fallen off the tracks. The diagrams I had for disassembling the interior door panels are long lost. How do I remove the drivers side interior door panel to get the window back on track? Do you have diagrams from the manuals? -E.G.
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The driver's window is used the most and after 15 years of up and down the armature in the window motor is worn in the area where it stops everytime the window is put all the way down. The easiest way to solve this problem is to live with it by not putting the window all the way down, leave it up about an inch or so. Otherwise you will have to have the window motor replaced.
I believe there is a relay that needs to be reset after you replace the motor. Get a tester and make sure the wire is getting electricity to it too and that it's not just a fuse that's the problem. Hope it helps!
If all the other windows work when the passenger window won't move (during the 5 min period), then the passenger side motor is bad. If the motor pulls too much amperage, the circuit breaker that is built into the motor will trip, until it cools down.