Question about Mitsubishi 3000GT
Drivers door jams when opened fully something dropped down inside door, can open a little to get in and out but makes a clonk noise when closing
Check you hinges and make sure one is not broken. Sounds like it is. Compare your drivers door to the passenger door to see if you notice any difference in the number of hinges, as the center one may have gone into the door so you won't know it's missing uless you compare.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
windows all the way down
windows allthe way up, let go of switches
push them up again and hold for 3-5 seconds
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: saab 93 window not closing fully
1. put key to ON, hold window button down until all the way down, then do same for up, repeat one more time until you hear BEEP. You just calibrated your window. You will need to do this everytime you disconnect your battery.
2. anytime window has power and has automatically gone down, hold the X (window lock button) down while holding up on your window button, again untill you hear BEEP. not sure what this does, but it fixed the problem for me.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
OMG. I replaced the battery in my 06 G6 and had the same problem. the windows would not roll up or down how they did before. I read the answers on here and it does work. Hold up the window switch for ten seconds and it resets. You will have to do it to each window. Worked great. Thanks
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
Try this... it fixed my problem whereby the 2005 Toyota Sienna passenger sliding door would sometimes open and sometimes not, yet I could hear the motor trying to open/close it. It cost me 20 minutes and 10 drops of oil, not $1200.
First, get the door open. It took me two weeks of constant trying, but it finally opened.
Next, remove the plastic covering of the inside door handle this way: locate the two screws on the forward edge of the sliding door near the child-safety switch: (the switch is a small lever near the door latch, on the forward edge of the door) loosen and remove the two phillips screws, one above the child-safety latch, and one below.
Remove the plastic cover to expose the gears for the door open/close mechanism.
There's a bunch of intricate plastic and metal parts in there, all coated with white grease. I used some 3-n-1 oil to lubricate everything in there thoroughly, In my case, there was one part that was a little void of grease, hence it "stuck" occasionally.
Test the system. If it's Okay, replace the plastic cover, and re-install the screws.
Now my Toyota Sienna 2005 door never fails to open or close.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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