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I had both window regulators die in my 2002 Jeep grand Cherokee, once while i was operating the automatic driver's side window and another time the passenger side just dropped down and stayed there while it was parked at work and I came out to no window. The Dealership charged $200 to fix it. Ouch.
hello velazqj, sounds like maybe the window regulator is binding, or possibly the window motor itself. Try helping the window up by pulling up on the glass when closing and see if it closes fully. If you hear any funny grinding or crunching noises, the regulator has most likely failed. The regulator is a scissor design and the motor is directly bolted to it. I would recommend removing the door panel and having both inspected.
the only problem is the floater of your gas tank.It is easy to be fixed all you need to do is to take the back seat off and you will going to see the upper portion of your gas tank there's a circular or square portion plate that have a 4 bolt's on it and a electrical wire just loose the bolt's and pull the floater up, then you will see there it's electrical mechanism just clean it by using a sand paper to clean the bronze part then turn on the key switch, move the floater up and down check the gas gauge. it is not pricey though if you want it to be fixed by a mechanic.