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Old 06-02-2005, 03:56 PM   #11
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well out of nowhere the passenger window just stoped working. has anyone else had this problem? if so how did u fix it?
any tips for dianosing the problem?

i tryed both buttons and they both dont do much except when press the button u can hear a faint noise.
I had this problem on my '93 SE. Same window. I took the inside door panel off first. I then disconnected the window power, since i could hear the window strain when i hit the switch. I removed the 3 bolts on my window motor, and pulled it off. I took some really good axle/wheel bearing grease from NAPA i had laying around and coated the gear on the motor with it. I then applied that same stuff along with WD-40 to the other moving parts of the window and re-installed everything. It has worked since, no problems. One side note-When I took the motor off the door, I plugged it back in to make sure it still spun, and it did with no pressure on it.
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Interesting thread. My left rear window never works in the summer. The rest of the time, it'* fine.

Never bothered me enough to fix it, though.
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Interesting thread. My left rear window never works in the summer. The rest of the time, it'* fine.

Never bothered me enough to fix it, though.
mine did that too untill i fixed it. It only sometimes worked in the winter though.
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do i have to get that tool for taking off those special clips?
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do i have to get that tool for taking off those special clips?
that holds on the door panel? (the plastic ones)-no, I decent sized screw driver will do. Just place it in-between the panel and the door and pry out gentely. Be careful no to strip them. go slow
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