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The drivers side window rolls down by itself. It can happen anytime,.. starting the truck, while driving, or sitting still with the engine running. How can you fix that?

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REPLACE THE SWITCH

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

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durangos have many problems with the windows motors and regulators, I know for personal experience , because I have one, ...when you try rolling the windows down do you hear any noise coming from inside the door..if so.. the cable is busted ..you will need the windows regulator, if no, is probably the motor..you will have to check for power and ground right at the motor connector...if power and ground are present, then you need a motor ....in mine ,I pull the motor and cleaned , and they have been fine for more than a year, I starter with one and them had to do the same to all of them..hope this help

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The regulator is burnt out and you need a new one. I would just replace it.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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