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Power windows stopped working, how do i diagnose the problem


there are several problems can happen to power window! may be fuse, or loose connection in power window panel switch, glass winder, glass motor etc. first of all do u get any response from the glass motor while holding the switch. then its glass winders problem. if no reactions from glass motor while pressing switch you have to check fuse, panel switches and then last the glass motor!

Feb 11, 2011 | 1998 Ford Explorer

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The rear window to my van came off and shattered during a windstorm... i bought a window off of craigslist.. and can't install it. I dont need it to work,i just need it to go back on.. my bf is taking...


is it a fixed glass or a moveable glass.

Fixed glass is placed against a bead of urethane sealer, like caulking.

Window, Liftgate, Stationary Removal
ssw~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif WARNING: SAFETY GLASSES AND GLOVES MUST BE WORN.
ssw~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Use only urethane for after-seal to service air and water leaks in urethane seal. Failure to do this may result in additional leaks.
ssw~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Allow all glass parts installed with urethane ample time to cure. If ample time is not allowed, glass may come loose and/or leak.
  1. Remove window wiper pivot arm (17526) .
  1. Remove all window glass stops.
  1. Using Rotunda Glass Adhesive Cutter 118-00050 or Rotunda Deluxe Glass Adhesive Cutter 163-00001 or equivalent, follow manufacturer's instructions and cut seal and dam around entire outer edge of windshield glass (03100) .
  1. Remove glass from vehicle.
  1. Trim urethane left on flange with a utility knife or razor blade until surface is smooth and free of cuts. It is not necessary to remove all urethane from the flange if it is cured. However, at no point should existing urethane material exceed 2.54mm (0.10 inch). NOTE: If urethane has not cured completely, remove all uncured urethane using care not to smear urethane on component parts.
    Check flange sealing area for damaged sheet metal or foreign objects which may have caused, or may cause, glass breakage. Service sheet metal if necessary.
Installation
  1. If existing urethane on metal flange has become contaminated, cut away contaminated urethane with a utility knife or razor blade.
  1. If painted sheet metal has been exposed anywhere along the flange, apply Urethane Metal Primer WSB-M2G234-C or equivalent over the painted surface using a clean brush. NOTE: A minimum of 30 minutes is required for primer surface to dry.
  1. Place the windshield glass on a low, stable work surface, inside up. NOTE: Wipe off immediately after application because it flash-dries.
  1. Using a lint-free cloth, wipe outer 25mm (1 inch) of inside glass periphery with Urethane Glass Wipe WSB-M5B280-C2 or equivalent.
  1. Position mouldings on glass. ssw~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Allow all glass parts installed with urethane ample time to cure. If ample time is not allowed, glass may come loose and/or leak.
  1. Thoroughly shake and stir Urethane Glass Primer WSB-M2G314-B or equivalent to ensure uniform pigment mixing.
  1. Using a clean brush, apply primer around entire periphery of glass on inside surface as shown. (Allow at least five minutes drying time.)
  1. Properly align glass to body.
    1. Make sure lower windshield glass stops are in place at bottom of windshield glass opening.
    1. Place windshield glass into opening. Center it top and bottom, side to side, with about equal clearance around opening.
    1. Using masking tape or crayon, make alignment marks at points on both the windshield glass and the window opening.
  1. Remove windshield glass from vehicle and place back on work table.
  1. Apply an even bead of Urethane Adhesive WSB-M2G316-B on top of existing urethane around entire window opening using an air pressure cartridge gun. Air line pressure should be around 276 kPa (40 psi). The bead should be large enough to seal the windshield glass but not cause expulsion into vehicle.
  1. Install windshield glass onto vehicle, taking care to align marks on glass to those on body. This must be done within 10 minutes of applying urethane.


Dec 20, 2010 | 1995 Ford Windstar

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How do I realign the passenger side window?


WINDOW GLASS REMOVAL

NOTE: Window glass must be operable in order to remove door assembly carrier. Any malfunction that prevents the window (manual or power) from being lowered must be corrected before proceeding.

  • Remove door trim panel.
  • Pry out sealing plugs in door assembly carrier to gain access to window glass securing bolts.
  • Lower window until window glass securing bolts are accessible.
NOTE:
If the power window motor is not working it can be renmoved to allow the window to be slid down.

  • Loosen window glass securing bolts and carefully press glass securing clamps apart.
NOTE:
If glass is being replaced due to breakage, remove door assembly carrier and remove broken shards of glass to prevent rattling noises in door.

  • Carefully lower the window regulator.
  • Lift window glass up and pivot forward, starting at the taller end of the glass. Pivot forward towards the direction of the side mirror.
  • Place removed window glass in a secure location.
WINDOW GLASS INSTALLATION

  • Slide forward part of window glass into opening and pivot glass downward, reversing the removal proceedure.
  • Raise window regulator until window glass securing bolts are visible in access holes on door assembly carrier.
  • Gently press window in the direction of the door latch or highest part of glass and tighten securing clamp bolts.
  • Remainder of installation is the reverse of disassembly.
  • Check operation of window before final installation of door trim panel.
TIGHTENING TORQUE
Window glass securing bolts...........10Nm (89in-lb)

Jun 25, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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I can closed the back passenger window


IF you can, separate the rubber/felt window seals and see if you can see the top of the window glass. IF you can - use a pair of needle nose pliers and attempt to carefully pull up - making sure you do not crack (shatter) the glass. Once enough glass is exposed - use your fingers to pull-up. While you are pulling--up attempt to raise (up) the window with the window switch. There may be a dead spot on the motor, by pulling-up you advance the motor beyond the dead spot, and the motor MAY re-engage.
IF you can't get the glass up with needle nose pliers, try pushing down on the glass (being careful again) while engaging the window switch to raise (up). Again the idea is to get the motor from the dead spot.
Another way: While engaging the window switch to raise the window - bang (hard) on the door - in various spots to attempt to "vibrate" the motor to engage.
Last but not least: Remove the Inner Door Panel and raise the window by hand, again using the window switch to (maybe) assist you.
I have also (but painfully): separated the window seals and got a piece of duct tape down onto the glass, using a long screw driver to adhere enough of the tape to the glass enough to pull up on the glass. It worked but it needs careful hand control on your part. GO Duct Tape!

Jan 10, 2010 | 2007 Jeep Liberty Sport

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How to install rear window on 1995 dodge ram


Chrysler Full-Size Trucks 1989-1996 Repair Guide
Stationary Side or Rear Window

(see Figures 1, 2 and 3)
You'll need an assistant for this job.
  1. Remove the moldings surrounding the glass.
  2. Have your assistant stand outside and support the glass.
  3. Working from the inside truck, start at one upper corner and work the weatherstripping across the top of the glass, pulling the weatherstripping down and pushing outward on the glass until your assistant can grab the glass and lift it out.
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Fig. 1: Work the weatherstrip seal in until fully seated
  1. Remove the weatherstripping from the glass.
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Fig. 2: Exploded view of the vent window mounting-Dakota models

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Fig. 3: Exploded view of a common rear window mounting

To install:
  1. Clean the weatherstripping, glass and glass opening with solvent to remove all old sealer.
  2. Apply liquid butyl sealer, in the glass channel of the weatherstripping and install the weatherstripping on the glass.
  3. Apply a bead of sealer to the opening flange and in the inner flange crevice of the weatherstripping lip.
  4. Place a length of strong cord, such as butcher's twine, in the flange crevice of the weatherstripping. The cord should go all the way around the weatherstripping with the ends, about 18 in. (457mm) long each, hanging down together at the bottom center of the window.
  5. Apply soapy water to the weatherstripping lip.
  6. Have your assistant position the window assembly in the channel from the outside, applying firm inward pressure.
  7. From inside, you guide the lip of the weatherstripping into place using the cord, working each end alternately, until the window is locked in place.
  8. Remove the cord, clean the glass and weatherstripping of excess sealer and leak test the window.
  9. Install the moldings.

I hope help you with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

Oct 06, 2009 | 1995 Dodge Ram

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R/H rear quarter window repalcement


tv is the wrong adhesive. you must use urethane with a primer. it is available at any QUALITY parts store (NAPA or Carquest comes to mind)


Material Item Specification Urethane Metal Primer Essex U-413
WSB-M2G234-C Urethane Glass Prep Essex U-401
WSB-M5B280-C Urethane Glass Primer Essex U-402
WSB-M2G314-B Urethane Adhesive Essex 400-HV
WSB-M2G316
Removal
All vehicles
ani_caut.gif WARNING: To prevent glass splinters from entering the eyes or cutting the hands, wear safety glasses and heavy gloves when cutting the glass from the vehicle.
  1. Remove the C-pillar trim panels. For additional information, refer to Section 501-05.
3-Door, 5-Door
  1. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Make sure the cutting blades are changed where the cutting depth changes to avoid damage to the body and trim panels.
    NOTE: Some resistance may be encountered when cutting through the glass locating pegs in the lower corners of the glass.
    NOTE: Lubricate the existing urethane adhesive with water to aid the special tool while cutting.
    Using the special tool, place the flat side of the knife against the quarter glass window. Start at the top and work towards the corners cutting to the given maximum depths:
    1. 20 mm
    1. 60 mm
    1. 75 mm
    1. 90 mm
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Wagon
  1. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Make sure the cutting blades are changed where the cutting depth changes to avoid damage to the body and trim panels.
    NOTE: Some resistance may be encountered when cutting through the glass locating pegs in the upper right and lower left corners of the glass.
    NOTE: Lubricate the existing urethane adhesive with water to aid the special tool while cutting.
    Using the special tool, place the flat side of the knife against the quarter glass window. Start at the top and work towards the corners cutting to the given maximum depths:
    1. 20 mm
    1. 30 mm
    1. 50 mm
    1. 40 mm
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4-Door
  1. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Make sure the cutting blades are changed where the cutting depth changes to avoid damage to the body and trim panels.
    NOTE: Some resistance may be encountered when cutting through the glass locating pegs in the upper right and lower left corners of the glass.
    NOTE: Lubricate the existing urethane adhesive with water to aid the special tool while cutting.
    Using the special tool, place the flat side of the knife against the quarter glass window. Start at the top and work towards the corners cutting to the given maximum depths:
    1. 20 mm
    1. 25 mm
    1. 45 mm
    1. 50 mm
    1. 55 mm
    1. 70 mm
    1. 150 mm
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All vehicles
  1. Remove the rear quarter window glass.
  1. Using a soft brush or vacuum, remove any dirt or foreign material from the pinch weld.
Installation
ani_caut.gif CAUTION: When installing urethane installed glass parts, the vehicle must not be driven until the urethane adhesive has cured. At temperatures above 21°C (70°F) and relative humidities above 50%, adequate cure time is typically 24 hours. (Refer to Essex drive away chart for the cure times as temperatures and humidity vary.) Inadequate or incorrect curing can adversely affect the retention of the quarter window glass.
  1. NOTE: Avoid scratching the pinch weld.
    Trim the remaining urethane adhesive. The urethane adhesive must be smooth and free of cuts and contamination after trimming. Avoid touching the urethane adhesive after preparation.
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  1. Apply the urethane metal primer to any exposed or damaged metal on the pinch weld.
  1. If reinstalling the original rear quarter window glass, remove the excess urethane adhesive.
  1. Clean the rear quarter window glass with a non-alcohol based window cleaner.
  1. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Wipe off the urethane glass prep immediately after each application because it flash dries.
    If installing a new rear quarter window glass, apply urethane glass prep twice around the glass surface to be urethaned.
  1. If installing a new rear quarter window glass, apply urethane glass primer to the same area that was prepped in the previous step. Allow 5 minutes to dry.
  1. Cut the urethane adhesive applicator tip to specification.
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  1. Apply a bead of urethane adhesive on top of the existing urethane bead on the pinch weld. Make sure that all gaps in the urethane adhesive are smoothed into one continuous bead.
  1. Position the rear quarter window glass to the flange, and press the retaining tabs into the flange to engage.
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  1. Install the rear quarter window glass.
  1. Check the rear quarter window glass installation for air or water leaks through the urethane seal.
  1. Install the C-pillar trim panels. For additional information, refer to Section 501-05.

May 29, 2009 | 2004 Ford Focus

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Rear Window- Drivers side- won't work


Removal and Installation
  1. Remove the rear door trim panel. For additional information, refer to Section 501-05 .
  1. Remove the watershield.
  1. Remove the interior weatherstrip.
  1. Remove the exterior-weatherstrip.
  1. Remove the nut and the rear window stabilizer.
  1. syh~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Prior to removing the rivet center pins, place suitable support between the door outer panel and the glass to stabilize the glass.
    NOTE: Lower the window to access the rivets.
    Remove the two rivets retaining the rear door window glass to the rear door window glass run and bracket.
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  1. Remove the rear door window glass.
  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

Apr 09, 2009 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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How do i remove the passenger window in a 1994 ford probe gt?


Door Glass and Regulator REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Lower the window glass and remove the inner handle cover, door lock knob (if necessary), the window regulator handle and the door trim panel. NOTE: On vehicles with power windows, disconnect the wiring couplings.
  2. Carefully peel off the door screen so that it can be reused.
  3. Replace the window regulator handle and position the door glass so that the door glass installation bolts can be removed from the service hole.
  4. Remove the door glass installation bolts.
  5. Remove the door glass. Remove the regulator installation bolts, and then remove the regulator through the service access hole. Remove the window motor mounting bolts and separate the motor from the regulator.
  6. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. If the vehicle is equipped with power windows, connect the leads of the motor to a battery and run the regulator to the down position before installing the motor. Cycle the window several times to make sure that everything is in good working order.
The door glass retaining bolts can be removed through the access hole


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Mar 20, 2009 | 1994 Ford Probe

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Hey when i push the power botton for the rear window it doesn't go down,I checked the power button,and its good ! Can i replace the power motor in the rear window,and where is it located,i would like to...


  1. Raise and support the rear door window glass to the full up position.
  2. Remove the interior door handle.
  3. Remove the rear door speaker.
  4. Remove the water shield.
  5. Disconnect the rear door window regulator motor electrical connector.
  6. Remove the rear door window regulator rivets.
  7. Remove the rear door window regulator by sliding the regulator arms off of the window glass track.
  8. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure, noting the following:
    • Cycle the door glass to make sure of engagement of the drive mechanism.
    • Remove the rear door window glass-to-regulator bolt or rivet.
    • Position the rear door window glass as necessary to access the rear door window glass-to-regulator rivet.
    • Secure the rear door window glass in the full UP position with tape.
    • Disconnect the window regulator motor electrical connector.
    • Remove the 2 window regulator nuts.
    • Remove the 3 window regulator motor bracket nuts.
    • Install the window regulator assembly. Tighten the 3 motor bracket nuts to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
    • Install the 2 window regulator nuts. Tighten the nuts to 89 inch lbs. (10 Nm).
    • Connect the window regulator motor electrical connector.
    • Remove the tape securing the rear door window glass in the full UP position.
    • Position the rear door window glass as necessary to access the rear door window glass-to-regulator rivet. Tighten the bolt to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm), or install a new rivet.
    • Install the window regulator motor
    • Remove the window regulator assembly.
Remove the window regulator motor

Feb 23, 2009 | 2001 Ford Explorer

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2004 toyota camry power window


SInce you have window has not been used in 5 years, I would suspect that it is either stuck where the glass contacts the rubber around the glass, or, the door window motor is simply seized from lack of use. Take a butter knife and run it around under the window rubber, put the knife between the glass & the rubber, as if to "unstick" the glass from the rubber. If this does not work, pull off the door trim panel and TAP on the window motor with a small hammer whilst operating the switch to lower the window. One of these suggestions will cure your problem. Quite common with people who do not use their back windows.

Sep 30, 2008 | 2004 Toyota Corolla

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