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Typically a window regulator, it has a lot of plastic parts that can break fairly easily, remove the door panel and while closing the window via the switch pull up on the bottom of the window. and then replace the regulator. if the motor doesn't help you pull up the window check the voltage going to the motor, if you have 10 to 12 volts then replace regulator and motor, if not replace the switch.
It may be the toggle switch, if the master switch does not open/close the window it may be the motor inside the door panel. you can replace this part from a nissan dealer or a "pull a part" junkyard. pop the door panel with a cruton puller or flat blade screwdriver, removing the screws in the armrest & door handle. you should see the motor inside remove it & put the new one in..
Glue will not be able to hold on a door handle. Too much pressure is required to open the door and the handle will only break off again if you try to glue it back on. Replace the entire handle assembly.
your going to have to get that panel off with out opening the door.
remove screws ffrom door panel and try to pull up from bottom. put the passenger seat all the way back. be careful and take your time it can be done
Relays are pretty much always as close as practical to the piece of equipment they power. This would put them inside the door. You can test this by operating the window switch and listening for a click -- the click is the solenoid in the relay pulling the contacts together.
Well, it sounds like the window motor is drawing too much current. The window motor may not be any good. But before condeming motor, grease the window channels with a silicone base spray and make sure window moves up and down easy without much resistanse. If thats ok, then replace the window motor/regulator assembly.
Since you have the door panel off, pul the rod for the door lock manually inside the door, this should unlock it, if it does not, there is a small push button, basicly a little peice of metal on the latch itself on the door latch inside the door, push it down this should pop the door open, you may need to spray all of the mechinisms with white lithium grease in a arosol can.....
There is a cable that attaches to the inside door latch release handle. The plastic that retains this cable is most likely broken. I have seen this before. If the retainer is not holding the cable sheath correctly, the entire cable moves when the handle is pulled and does not release the door latch.
Remove the door panel and inspect this cable. You will see 2 cables (one is for the door lock). If the plastic is broken, you will need a new interior handle assembly.
Hope this is helpful!!
Nissan Scope Technician- 10+ years experience in Nissan dealership