Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
It is highly unlikely that it is off its track unless the door has been apart & not reassembled correctly.
1. it is possible that the bottom of the window is broken or became diconnected from mounting bracket.
2. if key is on & not started, push switch & see if interior light dim any. if it does, then it is a bad motor or the window is jammed. if not, continue below.
3. remove the door panel & check the electrical connection, it could have came undone.
4. check the electrical connection for power when pressing the switch. if power is present, then check wires leading to the motor for damage. if all looks good, then it is possibly the motor.
5. if no power to the connector, then you will need a wiring diagram to check other possible connection points. hope this helps
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Many fingers have been lost working on power windows!! Not a job to be done in your drive! Isn't this a warranty issue??
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Yea its actully quite simple, but expensive. The regulator needs to be replaced. I have already replaced my right rear, but I think my driver side is going out also, sounds like it anyway.
Thank God I bought a third party warrnty and they took care of everything. Zurich is the name of the company. I purchased the one with no deductible. Anyway I wish I had a better solution-but its awful hard to do your self.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
The only real difference that their should be is going to be Left/Right Front/Back
Just make sure you purchase the correct one that you are actually going to replace
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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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