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Is this a rear door to an apartment, a house, a fire house, a passenger train car, a school bus, a personal vehicle, or a military cargo transport?
Posted on May 08, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
what you have to do is make sure door lock is in unlocked position put a flash light inside the door to see you need to get a screwdriver into the release spring area try to pry up on the hook area that flips over the piece thats mounted to the door jam it should release sounds like you need to spray wd or blaster in the lock assembly return spring not kicking back
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
unfortunatly there is no diagram or actual repair for a window regulator. the only fix is to replace the regualtor assembly. ive replaced hundreds of them at the jeep/chrysler/dodge dealer i work at
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
You've got the infamous power window mechanism failure, and the best solution is replacing the mechanism. Replacements are becoming more and more available aftermarket, but if not, it's a dealer item. You might check Ebay or Amazon too.
I've had 2 replaced on my 01 Tahoe, and have replaced 2 on my '03 Jeep Cherokee. Both designs are the same. Motor is good, but cable system has a plastic piece that breaks and is not sold separately. Even if it was, when it breaks, the cable winds itself around things and is ruined.
Reply back is you have questions or have other thoughts.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: Jeep 1992 yJ Outside Door Handle
ok, the inside panel is cardboard with faux leather. remove the screws holding on the inside handle and the frame of the doorlatch.
there is a plastic joint that connects the two rods that actuate and open the door. the rods are bent at the end to slip into the white plastic joint. this design is stupid and often times that joint can break, or the rods fall out. solution is to reattach them together and wrap mechanics wire or bend the very ends of the rods so they wont come out.
its something i cant really explain, but the design is straight forward. also, keep track of the threads on the rod that connects to the claw that meets the striker on the frame of the jeep. if for any reason its not adjusted properly, it will not latch properly.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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