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2002 Honda Accord Power Window

I have a 2002 Honda Accord that the driver side power window is about 2" down. When you push the power window button the window will go up about 1/2" or down about 1/2" but will not go any further in either direction. Any ideas about what to look for as the potential problem? How do I fix this?

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  • cdwhitehead Jan 31, 2009

    2002 Honda Accord window problem - How do you get the door lach mechanism in the door panel apart?

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The regulator has stuck /the cable may be pinched in the arm /other than taking the door apart that is the only way/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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Hi cdwhitehead,
Since its moving a litle up or down this shows that there is power (current) to the motor ,
you will have to remove the door cover and check for any obstruction to the mechanism of the window...its channels and the rollers on the bottom of the door glass is in place or if theres some rust or it may have even rusted ...the base plate which holds the door glass and has the roller slide guide there!
Best thing it to open and examine !
Good -Luck!

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