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sounds like the window regulator. this is the cable mechanism that the motor runs to pull the window up and down. sometimes after time the cables fray and break or get tangled. need to remove inner door panel to replace, and is usually sold as a set, regulator and motor together.
Remove the cover plate on the passenger side of the heater box, 3-4 screws. Unplug the motor assembly, remove 3-4 more screws that hold the motor in place and pull it down from its position. Get an aftermarket motor and installed it in the original housing with the original squirrel cage. Installation is the reverse of removal.
here are the steps to test it pull out the owners manual find the fuse for the window insure that it is good if it is good pull off the door panal check the motor with a battery charger then if the motor works it is the switch for that window if it dosent the motors sometimes just freeze up get some spary lubricant spray it in the motor beat the motor up with a hammer dont break it more but dont go easy on it eaither this has worked for me several times
normally when the motor goes, I would always recommend replacing the the entire Power window regulator, the reason being that the plastic rollers break, thus allowing slipping of the cable, thus resulting in you being frustrated not being able to raise/ lower your window. all that being said a new regulator online is about 130.00 (325.00 from dealer + labor). Autopartswarehouse.com (this is where i bought mine) replaced it and have been happy!. you must already know how to get the panel off and get to the motor, with all that there are several steps left, and you will be happy again, remove the three bolts around the regulator, the 4 bolts securing the window tracks and the two clips or bolts securing the window to the window bracket, re assemble and you will be much happier, Good Luck !!!
Torque converter sensor: Far side of bellhousing next to the motor Input speed sensor: On fronst side below cooler lines Output speed sensor: Directely right of the input speed sensor near the shifter shaft Range sensor: Mounted on top of valve body Temp sensor: In the range sensor mounted on top of valve body
THE WINDOW MOTOR AND REGULATOR ARE NOT SERVICED SEPERATE. YOU SHOULD ONLY REPLACE AS A REGULATOR ASSEMBLY. IF IT CAME APART GOOD LUCK GETTING IT BACK TOGETHER. I'M SURE IT COULD BE DONE BUT NOT SURE IT WILL LAST LONG.