Question about 2001 BMW 325
I was rolling down my rear passenger window and it made a crunching sound and then stopped. It now won't go up or down, but when I press the button it still makes a (kinda scary) noise. Since it still makes noise I don't think it's the motor but maybe a gear popped loose? I don't want to take it to a mechanic if it's something simple and inexpensive I can fix myself. Does anyone know what could possibly be wrong?
our window regulator is driven by plastic pulleys and wire cables. They brake all the time. You will need a new regulator for the window. They are not cheap and it takes some kowledge to remove the door panel. It is not like the olden days There are no tracks to put it back onto anymore. Bmw has had numeorous failures when going to this design as well as other manufactures
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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