2006 Jeep Liberty passenger rear door power window does not go up or down. When pushing button can hear the motor run but making a different noise. When looking at the window I can manually slide up and down with little resistance.
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Three things. Fuse, window motor, or bad switch. If the fuse is good, remove the door panel, disconnect the harness to the window motor, and check to see if you have power with a test light/volt meter while pushing the window switch (ignition switch in ON position). If you have power, the motor is bad, if you do not, replace the window switch.
its the window regulator. not to bad to change. just a couple of screws to remove the door panel. peel the liner back & remove the 6 10mm bolts and uunhook the electrical connector and the window from the regulator. installation is reverse
1) Yes you are right to think that it is the regulator.
2) You can repair this.
Remove the screws that hold the door panel on.
Remove the door panel. There are alot of clips on the door panel that just need to be pulled out with panel while removing.
Remove debris shield.(plastic piece between door panel and door.
The regulator will be visible at this point.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the regulator. Separate Glass from regulator. Some use clips some use bolts to hold the glass to the regulator.
Remove regulator attaching bolts.
Thats it just reverse the procedure for installation.