Question about 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Presumably an electric window? Stand outside truck with door open and hold the window between your palms. Gently lift the glass to a closed position while someone activates the control (with engine running). You should be able to determine if the glass is jammed (moving glass slightly backward and forward should aid movement) or if a little hellp makes the window move easily.
If the window appears jammed, it could be off the track. A repair would require removal of the door panel.
If the window appears to only require help to close, your door motor could be getting weak or some how the window track could be causing a bind.
At least you should be able to get the window closed.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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