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It depends on the make of your car, some cars have tape drive systems to operate the windows, the tape breaks and the the motor just runs. You can replace the tape quite easily. It is generally an easy fix but you have to remove the door trim panel so that you can see what is wrong.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may find a release for the fuel filler door in the trunk. Look behind the carpet on the side the filler is on and at about the same level.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
I have the same problem, when I took the door apart I found that there is a plastic extension on the end of cyclinder that moves in and out on that electric motor you hear. Well the plastic extension is broken off and that is what moves the lever to open your window latch. I tryed Krazy Glue with JB weld to fix the plastic piece but the first release of the window it just broke off again so I'll have to order a new one. You can't just order the plastic extension according to Chevy you have to order the motor aswell about $80.00 CAD.
To get the door apart yourself, I just pulled out on the plastic trim on top enough to get a long narrow screw driver down there and you will see a brass like lever in the shape of a L , you want to push that to the left to release the window latch, and then you can unscrew the plastic trim properly and go from there.
Posted on May 15, 2009
Check for broken wires running from the body to the trunk lid through the rubber boot.When the trunk is closing you can see the kink in the rubber boot.There are 11 wires to supply 1 solenoid so I think Chrysler knew there was problem.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Check your fuse box, look on the diagram and locate the fuse (10 amp most likely) for the auto trunk. The clicking is the relay, it also operates the keylees entry for the doors.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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