Question about 2001 Plymouth Neon
Remove the drivers side window switch. With the ignition in "Acc" or "Run" position close the circuit by crossing the wires or if there is a plug, use a piece of wire to close the circuit. If you are lucky, the window will work, telling you it is the switch. If the Gods are not smiling on you, it will not work, telling you that it is likely the motor. The motor can be replaced. It's a real pain, though and sometimes will require special tools to remove the door panel and other components. Hopefully, your window is in the up position if you attempt this as many times the window glass in the dodwn position will tend to obstruct or even block your access to the screws/bolts holding the motor and flexible dirve cable in place.
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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