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Power window cable is loose and won't roll up window seems like it is off a pully

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Take off door panel and check...couple of screw and a snap ring if its manual window

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Just had battery replaced and now right side windows won't roll down.


Remove the battery negative cable for 5 minutes to reset the body control module and see if that corrects the problem. This can be a coincidence you know.

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The passenger rear window stopped rolling up and dow on its own. i am broke so im trying to repair it myself. the motors working fine but the cable that pulls the window up and down isnt broke but seems to...


You describe a window regulator which has broken. The regulator is constructed with pullys and a spool which the motor moves to either retract or extend the window slide up or down. They are always replaced -- never repaired. My search for an ILLUSTRATION or DIAGRAM was unsuccessful. However, if you choose to attempt repair, I suggest you remove the driver's side window regulator and compare it to the passenger side, AND IF you are mechanically talented, you could possibly repair it. Caution, the pullys are pastic and rivetted in place. if the plastic pully is broken, you'd have to find a suitable substitute and install it (either rivet or nut w/bolt/washer, etc.). If the cable is tangled up in the spool, again caution should be taken if you try to remove it as this may damage the spool. If the spool is damaged.... well, that's a horse of a different color. It stands to reason that assembly was/is possible, but disassembly is quite different. You'll just have to study/examine what's possible/achieveable with it.

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2002 Hyundai Accent GL. Back power window won't roll up. Can hear window motor working.


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2001 kia sportage front right power window won't go up. Motor seems to be working but a cable may possibly come loose. We saw a cable but it did not seem very tight.


Yes, it sounds like a cable is broken. VERY COMMON. You will have to replace your window regulator assembly.
They are REALLY proud of this thing on your vehicle....It is pretty expensive - around $235.00. It looks like the picture below.




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2000 dodge durango driver side window problem


I have had to replace three of the four window power regulators in my 2000 Durango. They just seem to stop working within a year or two of each other.

Aug 02, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Durango

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When my window rolls down the cable snaps loose that rolls the window down. i just replaced the motor on the window


normally when the motor goes, I would always recommend replacing the the entire Power window regulator, the reason being that the plastic rollers break, thus allowing slipping of the cable, thus resulting in you being frustrated not being able to raise/ lower your window. all that being said a new regulator online is about 130.00 (325.00 from dealer + labor). Autopartswarehouse.com (this is where i bought mine) replaced it and have been happy!. you must already know how to get the panel off and get to the motor, with all that there are several steps left, and you will be happy again, remove the three bolts around the regulator, the 4 bolts securing the window tracks and the two clips or bolts securing the window to the window bracket, re assemble and you will be much happier, Good Luck !!!

Jun 03, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Passenger side window goes down on it's own.


you need to replace the window winder unit. not the electronic switch but the motor/pully system which rolls the window up and down. if u can get the door panel off, you can replace it yourself for around $120, or you can macgyver a fix, without bying new parts. look for a loose cable on the winder unit, thats what will tell u that the winder unit is bad.

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Passenger side front and back window not working.


Once those cables break, the window regulator is history.
Cheapest way is junkyard regulators.

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