Question about 1991 Chrysler New Yorker
Driver's side window fell and is not hooked up to the power motor, the window will slide in it's tracks but is not attached to the power motor, it dropped into the door while driving down the road and was lowering the window
The plastic strip in the window regulator track broke. It is replaceable by a qualified tech or if you are pretty handy. you can go to the dealer and get the strip. remove the door inner panel and expose the regulator and window by removing the clear plastic (put this back in when reassembling or you will hear alot of road noise and have trouble keeping heat in in the winter). if you can't get the part you can at least out the mindow up now and wedge something in it so you can get somewhere at least if it's raining out. When you get the parts from the dealer they can show you how it goes in as it is hard to explain but I will if you need me to. Good luck.
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Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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