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Re: How do you replace a window regulator ?
First you need to take the inside mirror off just pops off/ second look for pop outs in the panel for screws/ Then you need to pop out bottom of door then sides then pull up on trim and out/ then disconnect switches take of vapor barrier look inside you will see 2or 3 bolts holding it in take them out have someone hold up glass replace then put it back togehter/ Please rate my response thank you very much
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first these are easy to do,second look on ebay a-1 auto I think sells replacement for around $100 U.S
Take door panel off,there are several bolts in reg and 2 keepers on the window glass unhook the 2 keepers unplug the motor and turn unit and bring out the bottom of the doorthe window glass does NOT have to come out. it should only take less than an hour to do.
If the problem was with the lock you would still be able to raise or lower the window from the drivers seat,most likely the window motor has burned up,I would try pulling the door panel and tap the motor most times they will work for awhile,but ebay has the whole window regulator with motor for 99.00 I had to replace both driver and passenger in my 01 grand cherokee.was a1auto I think on ebay.
remove door panel and disconnect the multi plug to the motor .three bolts hold motor on and one bolt top and bottom on the runner/lifter two bolts hold mechanism to bottom of window .shouldnt take more than an hour and that includes a tea break and *** break in the middle
the button that pushed in when you close the door could be bad its literally like a $10 part and plugs in and is only held in with one screw. My interior lights used to flash on and off and i replaced that and now good as new, but you would need to figure out which door is doing it by pushing the button in manually
You can change the harness from the existing to the new yes . It's not very hard either. No there is no way to use the window in the meantime. If you attempt to force it you will damage the window regulator. I would confirm caution you to be patient installing the harness as the connectos can be a little tricky to undo.
I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee the power windows,power seat , door would not lock , and the inside lights would stay one ..i thought it was a fuse problem but no fuses for that ... in the rubber boot between the door and frame ..the was the ground wire was split ... put a **** connector on it everything works great now ....