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2007 Endeavor Rear Window

I recently purchased a used 2007 Endeavor. The window sticker says it has a manual rear window in the liftgate. Looking at the window it has hinges and everything that would make one think that it could open, however I cannot find any way to open it. The car did not come with a owner's manual for me to reference as it was used. I was hoping that someone could verify that the window does open on the '07 model, and just what I sould be doing to get it to open. Any information that anyone may have would greatly be appreciated. The car is still under warranty, so if there is something wrong with it I'd like to get it repaired properly.

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  • dlvmev Feb 27, 2009

    I have the same problem, I think the window will somehow open with the key fob. All the literature I have read says that this is a standard feature for the endeavor. Owners manual coming soon.

  • Lee Tate Oct 15, 2013

    I am in the same boat. Cannot find out if my rear window opens on my 2007 Endeavor.

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I have a 2007 ES. The more expensive model has a rear window that does work, the ES does not, although it looks like it should. They tell me they used the same window in both models for costs sake, but only the more expensive model opens. It's not broken. It's just the way it is :(

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One of the two model levels of Endeavor have a lifting rear window. The other does not. It has everything but the latch.

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If you look at the back of your mitsubishi, under the windshield wiper, there is a black box looking thing. under that is your window release. make sure all of your doors are unlocked, not just the drivers door, and you should be able to open it right up.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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