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Car electric window not working. Not a blown fuse, motor on the window making a noise but not raising the window

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If you can hear the motor spinning but the window doesn't move there is a problem in the window regulator, the gear on the motor is stripped or the window fell off the track. The door panel will have to be removed to investigate further.

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The window regulator, that the window motor attaches to, has probably broken, either the cable or track my have broke. Most likely you'll need to replace the regulator.

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