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Drivers window not working on 2004 outlander awd

Drivers window completly not working. The window tends to fall down about 2 inches from the closed position and gets stuck. Presently have clear tape holding it shut.

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  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2009

    two rear windows will not go down. Front right window (driver's side), once iI wind it down, i experince difficulty in getting it back up

  • chbgator Mar 02, 2009

    Our 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander drivers window will not lower or roll up.  When we try to raise it the motor sounds like it is struggling to work and when it does move a little it makes a wierd metallic crunching sound like a metal tape measure being crushed.  

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Your window motor and regalator need to be replaced

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