My drivers door window got stuck in the down position. If not normal, follow steps h to k below. Do both R and L sides. This would be the horizontal trim piece at the top of the hatch. You are now going to be able to see the brake assembly.
As for my situation right now, I went back out to the parking lot and messed with it for about 10 minutes. The center section of the upper area of the that encloses the upper light assembly needs to be removed. Assembly is the reverse steps. This policy and any postage at the domestic 1st Class rate involved in using it is fully covered by Switch Doctor at no cost to you. They said they jacked the engine up 1 inch and removed a motor mount allowing access.
Remove the 4 screws and 2 clips. I looked for a cost to replace but could not find anything except this post. Shop online, find the best price on the right product, and have it shipped right to your door. A screwdriver or clamp is handy to help you do this. My driver's side window had been acting a bit flaky here and there over the past few weeks rolling down when I tried to roll it up, etc but it was seemingly very random so I didn't think much of it. You will need to remove all glass pieces and 95% of old adhesive. I noticed that whenever I tried to bring the window up, I heard a small faint clicking noise I hear the same one from all of the other windows as well so I'm thinking that the switch itself and the motor are working fine, there is just something keeping the window from actually coming up all the time, so maybe your method will work.
The sealing surface needs to be 100% grease free. Unscrew the retaining bolt with a 10mm wrench. You may hear a drop in rpm of the donor car. I had the same issue as most of you whereby the window goes down but have problems getting it back up. Second, you are going to need to put the rear end of the car on jacks and then remove the rear wheels. The top of the caliper is held on by a pin and a bolt. To remove the bulb pull it straight out.
Remove the 4 screws and 2 clips. Each of the 3 bundles has a connector to the assembly, held on by a clip. You can tell these from the other bolts because there is a rubber boot around them. The first is the switch it self could cause the the delay. Thanks This is likely the switch assembly itself. I suppose it can't hurt to try though - as long as I'm careful along the way anyhow. Now this morning I can't get it to roll up at all, so I'm hitting up these forums looking for some anwers.
Remove door handle cover from door handle. The staitionary rear window is not a easy repair! This will prevent water from getting in. My driver's side window switch started acting up in the passed couple of months. Does anyboy have suggestions, pictures, or can direct me to a better step-by-step guide on how to do this? Release the claws, then remove the inner weatherstrip from the door trim. These reviews are from anyone who purchased those parts, in this case a Window Switch, so you can feel confident that you know what you are buying.
Fill out your contact information and your Power Window Switch request will get distributed instantly to a nationwide network of auto recyclers, salvage yards, wrecking yards, junkyards and parts brokers across the country. I can roll down the driver's window fine, but the ability to roll it back up doesn't work well. Second, put the rear end up on jacks so that the rear wheels are off the ground. The space is tight but I have done it 3 times now and can say that it can be done and probably easier then the factory method. If it's worn out issues like this occurs. Get the best deal possible by letting salvage yards compete for your business! I am mechanically inclined and can probably work on it with a little advice and tell me how to remove switch panel without tearing it up.
The switch felt rough and sticky and I didn't want to force it. Posted on Dec 31, 2010 Two things could be going on here and i say this with serious content-replacing parts will not work for me. Using a screwdriver, remove the inside handle bezel. The popular quality are high-quality and 100% tested. I hope this gives you a good path to pursue. All of the other windows work fine, so I'm thinking its just a problem with the switch or maybe the motor itself in my driver's side window.
All of our customers buying Switch Doctor brand switches are covered. Remove the sway bar link from the shock. Unclip switch cover from door liner. I can't tell you the proper way which I believe involves removing several items like the alternator and possibly the intake manifold and then unsecuring the engine and rotating it forward. Be careful that the clips don't fall of the plastic panel. I've tried to remove the switch assembly found some instructions on-line but I have been unable pry the unit up. I noticed that whenever I tried to bring the window up, I heard a small faint clicking noise I hear the same one from all of the other windows as well so I'm thinking that the switch itself and the motor are working fine, there is just something keeping the window from actually coming up all the time, so maybe your method will work.