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2007 dodge dakota driver window wont go up

Goes down but not up and the over window works fine

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SOURCE: driver side door window slowly

Power or crank? Either case the rails that hold the window on probably broke. there are slides inside the door that keep the window in place, if a slide broke, or if one of the brackets broke, the window will come down. I cant really recomend doing this yourself as ive had the same issue on other vehicles and pulling apart the door and messing with the slides and stuff in there is a real pain. Hopefully it only fell off the track and you can put it back in place. If not, if your not very handly i would suggest taking to someone.

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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SOURCE: my 2000 dodge dakota has power windows the up and

1. check fuses
2. if motors are good, more likely it is, it will be the windows regulator or windows switch, both tend to wear out the contacts over times. the windows switch pretty expensive, its run about 123.00 buck each and the regulator run 59.00 each. more likely will be regulator. if it not the windows switch is good. hope that help some, both not hard to replace and not easy.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Dodge Dakota driver door window

1 of 3 things hapened
1 you droped the glass out of the frame out of the botom
2 you broke the cable
3 you striped the grars on the wheel in the door on the arm
open the door panel and look at it use a miror and a flash light it might not be easy but it is cheep to figure out whats wrong also if it is just striped at full botom out then use the window just dont drop it all the way when you have time and cash go to scrap yard and salvage parts required to fix it use small short boltd instead of ribits to hold the replacement in when doing the re install

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 Dodge Dakota power window on driver side

the regulator assembly or even one of the tabs on the window that attaches to the regulator has broken. it can be a self repoair but if the glass broke then let the glass company do it.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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