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Re: REAR DRIVER'S SIDE DOOR PANEL
There are most likely a couple of screws mabye hidden under a little plug or plastic cover around the door handle and on the under side of the panel.Then if it is a crank style window you will have to remove the window crank handle,after that there are plastic panle pop clips you will just have to pull on panle and they should pop out,then lift the panle up off the window door seal.
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The electric window could either be the fuse,switch, or window regulator motor at fault..Sometimes the window motor electric plug can vibrate loose or become loose from door slamming..Also the switch can become loose as well or contamination if you are lucky..You will have to remove door panel to inspect these components..and fuse panel..The light could be a faulty bulb..Check and replace bulb..before involving the signal indicator switch lever...If bulb is at fault go ahead and change bulbs at both rear sides..Do not try to repair signal switch because of air bag..If you can hold down on the turn signal switch and it works the switch is at fault...
coulb be the control switch on your panel you can take the door panel off and check for loose connections and try to test for continuity. if you dont know how take it to a shop and have them diagnose the electrical. im quite sure it the switch that burnt out
glass has gotten out of the window regulator track or a broken window regulator. have to remove door panel and now need to know if its power windows or hand rollup windows. if manual you will need to remove handle by removing c-clip from behind the handle.
Remove the screw cap and the screw from the inside door handle and slide the
handle rearward to disengage the hook from the inner sheet metal.
Disconnect the inside door handle from the front door latch remote control
Remove the two-piece pushpins from the front door trim panel (23942).
NOTE: Use a commonly available spring loaded trim pad removing tool
with a long thin nose to prevent damage to the door trim panel. Release the
seven front door trim panel bullet nose fasteners and push inboard, then upward
to release the front door trim panel.
If equipped, disconnect the master window regulator control switch
Remove the retainer from the master window regulator control switch panel.
Pull outward on the cup retainer tabs and remove.
Remove the master window regulator control switch electrical connector from
Yes . Remove door panel, switch connectors and plastic protective covering on the door. have a helper pull the windw up while you measure the distance from bottom of window regulator to bottom of door panel.
(approx 8-12"), cut a block of wood that will fit between the bottom of the regulator to bottom of door panel wedge it threw the opening in the door a place it between the regulator and door bottom. Wood is soft and sturdy and should hold up until you get the window fixed.
Can the driver control panel switch make that window work. If the answer is No then the problem is the motor on that side. If the answer is yes then the problem is the switch on that window. by the way if the driver control panel gets the window to rise Merry Christmas you don't need the wooden block.
On the inside trim, you can remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge. Pull back the weather seal and you'll see the innards of the door