Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
Most likely the window regulator cables got tangled. That happened on 3 of my windows, but the motor should be fine they usually last quite a while. Electronics are good, but the mechanical part sucks. There are 2 cables one pulls the window up while the other cable winds onto a pulley. The pulley has channels in it that the cables sometime jump out of and get derailed. Replacing the window reg can cost 50 if you're lucky to 100 at Autozone or checker, that doesn't include labor. You can do it yourself, but it's a pain in the ****. Give yourself around 3 hours to do it because you will spend a while getting the window threshold or whatever the hell it is that seals it back into place. Use WD-40 to lube it so that it will slide onto the window. You'll know what I mean if you do it yourself. At the dealer plan on 300 to get it done.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
If u dont hear any soud from the door panel when u push down your swith it means no need to your regulator cable .one step eliminated ok, means 75% its from your switch, if u r not using the rear window un can leave it close first than remove the switch from to fix it in the font. otherwise u have to a driver side switch complete,depend on what u have on ur pocket!!!!!!
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
Could be a bad switch, start with that would be cheapest, otherwise your window motor could be burned out.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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