Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My window is down on the passenger side. The motor runs, but will not raise window
You'll have to take off the inside door panel to see what it is doing.
There are usually just a few screws, like up under the armrest, and in small trim pieces by the door handle etc. Remove those screws (put them in a cup or something so you don't lose them).
You'll them have to gently pry the door panel off. There are little clips all the way around the door panel that clip in to the door. They do make a tool for this, but you can do it with a putty knife. Just slide it inbetween the trim and the door, and seperate. Do a little bit at a time.
Once the door panel is off, you'll be able to see if the rollers have slid off the track, or just what the motor is doing.
Once you find that out, it will determine what it will take to repair it.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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