Question about 2005 Dodge Neon
If its an electric system, chances are the window motor went out. Also another problem that could be causing it is a broken regulator as well. If you know enough about cars you can remove the door panel your self and take a look to see whats going on. Parts for this type of situation can be located in Autozone, Carquest, Napa, or Pep Boys. Now if it is a system where you use a handle to roll the window up and down then the linkage that attaches the regulator to the handle may be broken. Again you can remove the door panel, there should be only a couple of bolts and take a look. A word of caution when dealing with anything electrical always disconnect the battery to be on the safe side and aviod getting shocked or having one of the systems acuate while you are touching them.
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Posted on May 29, 2011
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