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Window Issues My window on my driver side of my 2000 Mazda MPV will not go up!! I know the window motor is broken but need a quick fix until i can get it fixed! How can i get the window up?

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I can't get it to push up by hand. I can hear the motor trying to push up the window but then dies off. I try to push the darn thing up but it doesn't mobe

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Cool quick fix, but I also suggest if you are going to do this quick fix in November, might as well get the replacement window motor first; because you'll have to take all the parts off the door again.

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Take the door apart and then take the window and push it up by hand then take a piece of wood (2X4) that is cut the distance from the bottom inside of the door to the bottom of the window while pushed up. put the piece of wood under the window inside the door and put the bottom of the 2X4 on the inside bottom of the door. That will keep you window up until you can get the window motor/window regulator fixed properly

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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