Question about 2006 Chrysler Sebring
I just got the Pacifica used. I pushed the windows lock button and it is stuck down. How do i get it to release?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds more like the switch is the immediate problem , if you get down control from the switch then the motor is good . switches do get bad contacts and refuse to go one direction or the other , price out a switch from a parts house or a dealer . emergency fix might be to try to get some WD-40 down in the switch contact area , it can clean up a dirty contact and make it work again sometimes .
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Disconnect the battery for a minute or two. This clears the computer, and for some reason fixes the problem. I have had the same problem on and off for the last two years I have owned the car. I took it to the dealership at first, then figured that it might be something simpler. I just had the problem again today after accidentally setting off the alarm, and the above fix worked. Lost my radio presets though.
Posted on May 12, 2009
You either have a defective motor or a defective window regulator. The only way to be sure is to remove both and check. Remove the door panel, you will see three screws holding in the motor, remove the screws using a star screw driver. Take the motor apart and check it, you willfind 3 plastic plugs about the size of your small finger, remove these and replace with ball bearings. Pack with plenty of wheel bearing grease, now comes the difficult part. Using a punch punch out the rivits holding in the window regulator, then using a 1/4 inch drill bit drill out the aluminum holding the regulator, replace these using 1/4 screws and bolts. Apply grease on the wndow regulator, moving parts. Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
If the window had not been slow in it's action before it stopped working I'm guessing you only have a connection problem. I would remove the door panel and using a multimeter check the hot wire to see if power is reaching the switch. If it is check the connection on the motor. If power is reaching the motor through the switch you have a faulty motor. If at any point of testing there is no power backtrack the power wire to find where the break is. (it's usually in the door jam)
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
Testimonial: "Let me tear into this. Thanks very much for the advice."
IN COLD WEATHER USE BI LEVEL AND TURN ON HEAT ON AC AND HEATER MODE SWITCH AND HEAT MODE THAT WILL KEEP WINDOWS FROM FOGGING UP KEEP CAR WARM ON THE INSIDE WHEN COLD OUT SIDE ALWAY CARRY PAPER TOWER OR SOME THING TO WIPE WINDOWS WHEN FOG UP MOST TIME I HAVE PROBLEM WINDOWS FOGGING UP WHEN YOU HAVE COLD RAIN OUT SIDE.IF WINDOWS FOG REALLY BAD I HAVE TO TURN MODE SWITCH TO COLD MODE AND TURN ON DEFOGGER.
Posted on Oct 23, 2011
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