Owner before me took the door panel off on drivers side to fix window motor and tried putting the panel back on. but she had a hard time, and I can't seem to get it either, it snaps on but as soon as you pull on it to shut the door, it pops out.
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R/R the inner door panel, slide the window back on track, reconnect the window transmission to the window, (or reinstall the trans) bolt everything back together (window motor, window trans to door etc.) Make sure the window is in the UP position. use the switch to raise the window & keep it up if all is back together before finally installing the door panel ( make sure the switch & other plugs are plugged in before the door panel is reinstalled.) Lights etc. Good luck
it is probably the window motors. usually when the regulators fail, the window wont come up on the rail again after you lower them or, they come off the track completely. to remove your motors, first,put your window all the way up and take a piece of duck tape or equivalent and tape the window to the door frame . take a close look at your door panel. locate all screw locations and remove them them. note. remove the switch panel carefully. pry gently from the rear of the switch panel until it pops up, them pull it out. you will find a hidden screw in this area. there is gonna be a plastic cover behind the door panel that is glued to the door, remove it enough to access the window motor. make sure you route the connector to the motor correctly. put everything back hope this helps
You have to get inside door panel, push up on the center of the bottom of the window where it connects to the bar, and as you push up someone has to push the up button at the same time. If the bearings inside the motor are crushed, because they are plastic, you may have to push with both hands. Hope this helps you.
one way of trying to get ur window up would b to beat the door panel hard with a rubber mallet or ur hand on the lower front side of the door panel,while trying to pull up window with ur hand or have someone else pull the window while hitting bottom part of panel towards front of door. power windows rarely have fuses they use circuit breakers,so probably not a fuse but worn window motor or faulty window switch..the radio does have a fuse an u can find it most likely in the fuse panel near dr side kik panel (where brake pedal an accelerator r located). theres one more fuse box under the hood. most fuses r labeled if they r labeled with numbers than u can find wat those numbers mean in ur owners manual,look in index in the back under fuses. if ur window goes up aftr beating lower door panel(inside car,not door itself on the outside,insid only) then u most likely have a bad window motor.if window pulls up with hand freely then u have a busted gear pak inside ur window motor
hi, there is a relay for the windows. in the fusebox (s) there should be a relay for each window. these relays do fail (open circuit on switch side). the feed POWER side may be shorted. these circuits are hard to find the fault, but check all the door relays. the motor can stick and put heavy current to blow the fuse, if you leave the engine OFF and put the ignition ON press the other window and listen for this relay noise. a click can be heard to pinpoint the location of other relays. once you find these switch relays to determin if these are working and use this to put the rear window back up. gerry
Driver's side window motors get used far more than any other window motor on the truck. They frequently burn out. It is also possible that the switch is bad but the motor is more likely. Just buy a motor from a junkyard or a parts store and test it per below and put it in. The only tough part is getting the door panel off. Be careful not to destroy it in the process. Remove all visible screws (including those hidden in the finger well) and carefully pry the panel away from the door. Anywhere you run into resistance look carefully, figure out what is holding the panel, and get it off. You can test the motor once you get into the door. There are two wires going to the motor. One of them needs to be hooked to a hot lead from the battery positive post and the other to a ground lead from the door frame. Reverse the polarity to reverse the motor. If the motor works it almost has to be the switch but it is almost always the motor.
Parts stores sell door panel removal tools. Just watch for hidden screws in the door panel. The passenger side motor is replaceable, just involves removing the door panel and removing the power motor. The regulator may need lubricated, I'd do the drivers side after you get the glass out.
just remove the door panel its pretty simple once you are in door panel you will see the motor.the door panel is held on by either screws or plastic push ins..there little plastiv pins that expand after they are in hole
If your power window motor is not moving up or down at all inside the door panel, you will need a new motor.
If your window is stuck and will not move, it is the motor - it is bad.
If your window falls down into the door panel, the window is off track.
Replacing a window motor is an easy fix, get another one from an auto parts store and replace it.