Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
You might have a bad switch or a bad window motor. The best thing to do next is to remove the inside door panel and check the switch. If you tell me what kind of vehicle and the year I can send instructions for removing the door panel.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey Ford 4 Life!
Sounds like either the glass has separated from the bottom edge mounting frame and has slipped down into the door independent of the mechanism, or the bottom edge mounting frame has disattached from the rest of the lift mechanism.
Try this: Power the window mechanism to the full down position. Then try and retrieve the glass from within the door, and by hand move the glass within the guide grooves to the fully raised position. Now whileholding the glass in that position power the lift mechanism up all the way. If it catches properly, this will hold the window closed.
But to really fix the problem will involve removing the door panel to gain access (limited though it be) to the glass, mounting frame and lift mechanism. This area is a little tricky, but most auto glass shops can fix this easily (and cheaply!) as they have the tools and the expertise...
Hope this is a hlp and good luck!
Let us know how it goes...
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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