Question about Cars & Trucks
Thr drivers window goes down but not up. When you try, it makes a clicking sound. Is the motor bad?
Need to replace the regulator ... New aftermarket ones usually around 100$
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: drivers side electric window
if the motor is bad and its not a problem in the wiring, you are gonna have to remove the motor and pull or push the window up by hand, then you need to support the window to keep it from falling down. if the motor bolts in you can bolt it back in to keep it up. if not you can sometimes use a heavy duty zip tie around the track arms to hold it up. i would not recommend the duct tape i see a lot of people use. but thats your call. hope this was helpful.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
More than likely it is the window regulator which is usually replaced as a unit with the motor. Not difficult, pull off door panel and plastic liner and see the nuts to remove....about 4. tape glass up to top and pull out regulator...unclip wires. cost $50 to $100. Don't recommmend junkyard because these will be bad. Make sure that you seal plastic liner when reinstalling.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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