Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
The regulator is most likely broke from the motor. you can take off the door panel fairly easily, and look inside to be sure before ordering parts. some of those use teflon balls to commutate the motor to the regulator, and they just get eaten up over time. i have in the past replaced those teflons balls with ball bearings of the same size without any more trouble. those windows are hard to knock off track, and if it is not moving by brute force i would say the problem is either where the motor connects to the regulator or the regulator itself. hope this helps... dustang
Posted on May 10, 2009
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