Question about 2004 Hyundai Elantra
My driver and passenger windows which are power windows apear to be off track the motors work but the windows go down like there off tracks and now the driver window totaly falls into the door frame if not wedged up with a screw driver
They are definitely either off track, or the window regulators are broken, or some mounting points are broken in the door trim. I am not really familiar with the door trim in Elantras, but the inside door panels will have to be taken off (which is real easy if you know what you're doing on that type of vehicle but manufacturers like to hide screws, bolts and clips which can make it a pain if you don't know exactly what holds the panel in place) and once the panels are off the source of the problem will probably be obvious...
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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