Question about Hyundai Sonata
Driver's side window is stuck in down position. Recently, had to sort of assist window on upstroke by grabbing the window to help it along. It would go down fine. Heard something go clank just before it quit altogether.
Sounds like failure of the window track.. to check the door panel on the inside needs removed and the entire setup needs inspected..repost findings..
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Quite possibly yes...I would first check any relays and/or fuses just in case. A few dollars for a fuse or relay is much cheeper than say $100.00 and a few hours of labor.
You can purchase just the window motors from any major auto parts stores. You can also purchase the window motor with the regulator. The regulator is kind of like a rope and pulley system to lift the window up and down and the motor is attached to this assembly. It is a little more expensive but I would change both. I always change both just in case the regulator is bad and it isn't the motor. You will have to remove the plastic interior of the door in order to change either the motor or the motor/regulator assembly.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Disconnect your negative battery cable. Locateand remove the screws that hold your interior door handles in place (they maybe hidden by snap in, or snap on clips). Remove the interior door handles, thendisconnect the wire clips to the switches. Your panel is held in place by snapin clips; use a small pry bar to pull them from the door (try to get as closeto, or directly under the clips to prevent them from tearing out of the doorpanel). Once the clips are pulled, pull the panel upward to remove it from thedoor. Once you gain access to the interior of the door, you can remove your window regulator and re-position it, or replace it so it works.
Install in reverse.
Posted on May 26, 2009
actually you have thought of all but the prob. The track has jumped, making the motor not move the window. Sometimes you can gently slide the window up by hand and then the motor will catch the track and finish rolling the window up
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
LOOK FOR BLOWN WINDOW CIRCUIT BREAKER.YOU HAVE A SHORT IN WINDOW SWITCH OR BAD WINDOW ELECTRIC MOTOR.YOUR HEAT PROBLEM IS A STOPPED UP HEATER CORES.THE STOP LEAK STOP ITS HEAT.THE STOP LEAK HAS STOPPED OR PLUGGED YOUR HEATER CORE SO COOLANT CANT PASS THROUGH IT.YOU GOING HAVE TO FIX RADIATOR LEAK AND REPLACE HEATER CORE TO GET HEAT AGAIN.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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