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Re: rear driver window won't roll up
Mitsubishi uses cables to raise and lower hand crank style windows. If the cables have broken or come off the track the only way to fix the problem is to buy a new assembly at the dealer and reinstall the system so you can raise and lower the window.
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Since you can get the door open, half the battle is already won. Yes, open the door, pull the interior door panel and take a look around. Watch inside with a flashlight (towards the rear of the door) as you roll the window down to see if you can see what it's snagged on.
Thanks for using FixYa.First of all you’ll need to check
battery voltage, recharge it if it is low or jump start with another battery
charger. Inspect, clean and tight both ends of all battery cables. Also check,
clean and tight wiring connections. Check for voltage at relay. If relay has
voltage but there is no "click" when key is turned to start, replace
relay. Remove starter and inspect drive gear and flywheel teeth, replace
damaged parts if necessary. Check to see if voltage reaches starter relay/solenoid
when turn to start. If not, check for open P/N switch and brake or clutch pedal
interior panel and release the inside door locks. If still the issue is not
resolved then you’ll need to drill a two inch hole into the latch to access the
inside lock link through the interior panel. After removing the panel replaces
the latch to resolve the issue. See the picture where to drill--- Please do accept the solution if the issue is
resolved or else revert for further assistance. Thanks Rylee
definatly no fuse try and swap the rear window swithes over and see if the other window works with that switch but my guess is that it is the regulator in the door not the motor ,that is the cablr that the motor wind up and down open the door cover and have a look at it
please rate if this helps.
Section 01-05: Trim, Interior
1995 Thunderbird, Cougar Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
The interior trim component Removal and Installation procedures generally apply to all models. If some of the steps do not apply to the particular models being serviced, proceed to the next step.
Trim Panels, Door
Removal and Installation
CAUTION: Do not pry front door trim panel (23942). Prying on front door trim panel will break the hook retainers.
Disconnect battery ground cable (14301) .
Carefully pull front door trim panel finish panel (23712) away from front door trim panel .
Front Door Trim Panel Finish Panel
Outside Rear View Mirror Control
Door Lock Switch
Screw (5 Req'd)
Window Regulator Control Switch
Front Door Trim Panel
Disconnect wires from front door lock switches (14017), outside rear view mirror controls (17B676) and window regulator control switches (14529) , if equipped; remove front door trim panel finish panel.
Remove front door trim panel retaining screw through front door trim panel finish panel opening.
Trim Panels, Door
Front Door Trim Panel
Nut (2 Req'd Each Side)
Screw (2 Req'd Each Side)
Remove interior lamp lens cover.
Remove screw through interior lamp opening.
Slide front door trim panel upward to disengage hooks.
Rotate top of front door trim panel away from front door (20125) , and lift bottom hooks from front door.
Remove the door window regulator handle and then remove clip using a piece of cloth (Manual type only)
Remove the rear door inside handle housing.
Remove the mounting screws (3EA) from the trim fasteners and the door trim panel to pry off. Disconnect the connector.
Insert a trim panel remover between the trim fasteners and the door trim panel to pry off. Disconnect the connector.
Remove the door pull handle mounting bracket and door inside handle.