Question about Cars & Trucks
THE WINDOW IS OFF THE TRACK.THIS INVOLES REMOVING THE DOOR PANEL TO GET TO THE TRACK . UNLESS YOU ARE VERY MSURE OF WHAT YOU ARE DOING I SUGGEST YOU SEE YOUR REPUTABLE AUTO TECH .THE SPRING ON THE REGULATOR IS UNDER PRESSURE AND IF YOU ARE NOT CAREFUL YOU COULD INJURE YOURSELF. THIS IS NOT A NOVICE REPAIR HOPE THIS HELPS BILL
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: 2000 Saturn SL2 driver's side
Fore remove the door panel in a SL2, you have to take off the door handle. You have to disengage the door
locking mechanism from the door handle, then unscrew the panel and take
The door handle unhinges from the locks and from the window controls. If your windows are electric, just unsnap the cord attached and leave it hanging out.
You may have to work with the door handle as it won't come out of the slot very easily and you don't have a lot of room. A flat bladed screwdriver with a long metal piece should work to unsnap it.
ION, L-Series, S-Series 1999-2005 - Window Systems
Door Glass & Regulator
Diagnosis & Testing
Driver's Window Switch
Window Motor & Regulator
I hope helped with this; good luck.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
This can be 3 things wrong, either way the inside door trim panel has to be removed to inspect, 1} the glass has broken away from the glue holding it to the frame, 2} the mechanism has lost or has loose bolts holding it to the frame, 3} the mechanism is beyond economical repair and you need to replace the mechanism. Sorry I can't pinpoint it without seeing it, Remember to leave 4 thumbs up for this answer. We try to help as best we can, safe driving.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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