Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
I had this problem with mine, I have the later model after yours but if you remove the interior cover, and carefully pull back the plastic, you`ll see the motor, if you loosen the three screws just enough so the you can remove the two screws that hold the motor to the winder mech (watch out for the two square nuts that can fall out once you remove the two screws), You`ll probably find that the carbon brushes inside have stuck in a position where they don`t touch the commutator. Clean them up and operate them a couple of times and you`ll probably find that it works, however, Mine is still sluggish meaning that the brushes will be getting hot due to the current and they may fail again. I`ve found out that the window lift cables have to be replaced because even with the motor removed, the glass is extremely hard to move up and down. I`ve lubricated it and everything I can think of but the motor still finds it hard to move. I hope yours runs OK. Ian
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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