Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Glass may have separated from regulator or regulator may have separated from motor, door panel and weathersheet would have to be removed for inspection, pull up glass and duct tape up while you look into lower portion of door for cause
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pull up window by hand and tape up for now if it is cold ddo you hear the motor sounds like the regulator/motor need replacement what happens is the cable breaks and the cable is attached to the motor so you cant just by the cables you need to buy the whole reg/motor assy/ got to a auto body shop instead of mechanical repair shop less expensive Please rate my response thank you very muvh
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Sounds like the spring has broken in the wiper arm. If you pull the cover off of the base of the wiper arm there will be a screw. Remove the screw and pull straight out on the base of the arm. That will release it from the actuator. You should be able to pick one up at a parts house for about $20 to $40 dollars or you could shop a salvage yard for about $10. Hope this helps. Good luck. Please re-post with updates. Thanks cj2176.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
At most auto parts stores, they carry what is called "Rearview mirror adhesive" - It costs about $4 or $5, and comes is a little "blister" package. It is a special two-part adhesive (utilizing a pre-cleaner and a "gluing" agent) that is REQUIRED for installing these mirrors on glass - Super glue will not work for this,... All you will do with superglue is make a mess... - The adhesive isn't terribly hard to use, but it does require a bit of patience, and I'd recommend following the instructions to a "T" for the best results (Temperature, time, etc..). Hope that helps some...
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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