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Blazer 2004, rear door and window won't open

How can i take off the molding with the door closed?

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  • shaggy14444 May 11, 2010

    Is it that the door don't open? If so there is a small hole for a screwdriver to push the lever manually and opens the door. Email me at shaggy14444@yahoo.com and we can see if something works.

  • Douglas May 11, 2010

    Are you talking about taking off the interior panel with the door closed?

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SOURCE: chevy blazer 2w drive 2 door-rear gate wont open

you will need to try to remove the rear door panel on the tail gate or pry it away its not easy because of hidden screws the manually pull the linkage

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SOURCE: 87 blazer rear window wont open

Remove the cover plate and try hooking up a 9 volt battery (yes the standard square household battery) directly to the wires coming from the electric window motor. Hooking up the wires one way will lower and the opposite way will raise the glass. If that doesn't work you'll have to replace the motor or whole regulator unit. If it does work then use a voltmeter to find out how many volts are reaching the switch. As a vehicle gets older wires get worn (insulation comes off easily and small wire strands break were there's flexing or pulling) and grounds become loose or corroded. Check and clean all the grounds you can see (rusty door and hinge could cause a lack of grounding so clean around hinges and the PW regulator bolts) and replace the wire from the dashboard switch to the window and you could add a flexible ground strap from window regulator through the bottom of the door to the frame.

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SOURCE: Rear hatch and window won't open on Blazer

sounds like a blown fuse, open drivers door and look at side of dash, fuse panel is there check fuses

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SOURCE: 2004 colorado drivre door will not lock the window

Open the door and grab that "accordion style " boot and wiggle it while pushing window switch. If the window starts working, you have a wiring problem somewhere in that area. If not you may have a bad switch.

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SOURCE: 02 2wd Blazer power door locks don't work and rear

Yes you can you need to pull the carpet back just under the latch in the rear endgate there is an axess hole there . If you take a screw driver put it in the hole and slide the latch lever to the right the window will relese .Did you cheek the batterys in your remote button this is likely the problem . If not there is a main acuator for the doors but the endgate has its owen . So thats why i say chack the batterys there is two of them in the key chain and you can open it with a dime look at your service manual in the glove box for more information

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  3. Unfassten the screw that attach the sunroof glass to the sunroof assembly.
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    5. Remove the windshield garnish moldings using trim removal tool J 38778 or its equivalent. Pull the molding away from the pillar and up to remove it.
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