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Re: Mits Mirage 1995, window stuck the motor runs, what...
Those vehicles use a cable drive system, there is no quick fix, you just have to replace the regulator and motor assembly, just remove the door panel, unbolt the regulator from the window, remove the assembly from the door, and replace, should be no alignment or adjustment nesessary. you may be able to get the regulator without the motor, but trust me, it is worth it to do both together
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first try slapping the door while holding the lift button . this will only work if the motor has a bad spot inside it . the deck lid does not open I would check to see if the fuse for the that window lift is on the same circut and check fuse
Mitsubishi uses cables to raise and lower hand crank style windows. If the cables have broken or come off the track the only way to fix the problem is to buy a new assembly at the dealer and reinstall the system so you can raise and lower the window.
Replace window regulator and motor. Procedure: Remove inside door panel, cut regulator wires, raise window manually and hold in place, undo bolts holding window glass to regulator, undo bolts holding regulator to door-frame, remove regulator. Reverse to install.
it is more than likely the window regulator most vehicles started using cable regulators in most of the systems and it could be stripped out. pull the door panel off and see if you see a cable hanging loose inside of the door if you do that is the problem
If you have manual window cranks, you'll have to remove that. It's easiest to slide a rag down behind the crank and move the rag back and forth a few times. This will snag the clamp that holds the crank on. It's also possible that the crank might screw on also. If this is the case, there will be a cover that will pop off of the crank handle, revealing a screw. If you have power windows, try looking around the inside door handle. It's possible that there's a screw that you're missing in that area also. If there are no more screws of bolts holding it on, then it's just a matter of breaking free the little plastic clips that hold it to the door frame. Don't get discouraged if you break a couple of them...they're available in the "Help" section of any auto parts store for about $3/pack. Hope this helps solve your problem. Have a great day!
The rear window has to be completely down in order to move the tailgate! You should be happy that your window is stuck up, unlike mine which is stuck all the way down! I have to completly take apart my tailgate!! If you want to try a trick to get the rear window down, my bronco has a rear window switch right next to the headlight knob, take the 2 purple wires on that window switch, and cross them, if your motor still works and if the wires are good, that should make the window go down!!! good luck, hope that helps!
Some times if there has been water exposed to the inside track of the window that is built inside the door it can start to rust, or if used incorrectly can warp and get out of line so that is the first place i would look. If you feel ambitious i would take off the door panel then roll the window as far up and down as you can and try some silicon based lubricant. Dont Use WD-40 it evaporates too quickly but unfortanately there is no quick fix for this, its going to take a little time and elbow grease ;)