Depends on if it's the regulator (window mechanics) or if it's electrical (window motor, wiring etc.).
If you KNOW the regulator is okay (that means the window would move up and down if the electrical components have power) then it's really simple.
Remove the door panel, and any backing marterial. Unhook the regulator cable from the power window motor (could be as simple as just pulling it out) and jam that end into a 3/8ths cordless drill. Set the drill on forward and let'r fly. The drill can take the place of an inoperative power window motor.
If it's the regulator and you're asking this question, best to seek help of a bodyshop.
Sorry, I couldn't figure out how to add a new answer. I had the same problem with the window on my Corsica. Try slamming the door really hard, and then try to roll up the window. You may have to do this a few times to get it to work. If you get it rolled up, my suggestion is to not roll it down all the way next time. If you try to pull up on the window, don't do it too hard. You could break the glass is you put too much pressure on it. I eventually went to a salvage yard and found a Corsica of the same color as mine a replaced the door. Good luck.
cANNOT GET THE DRIVERS SIDE WINDOW UP, IT IS PARTWAY DOWN AND HAVE TRIED SPRAYING CLEANER IN IT, NO GO. WHAT DO I DO? The switch, or relay, for that window is faulty, or worn out (since drivers window is most used). Replace it.
Remove the inside door panel of your 1994 Chevrolet Corsica. Remove the window motor wiring harness. Remove the window motor linkage. Remove the window motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new window motor.
i belive you mean Chevy Corsica right ?
Bad fuse, bad relay, faulty switch, faulty wiring, bad window motor, window coming off the track... this is something which requires diagnosis in order the narrow down the cause.
Probably the switch or faulty wiring.
I have never seen a car with a battery for the electric window. The electric windows use the main car battery. If your electric window does not function properly, there is some other reason for it's erratic behavior. ie: intermittent short, faulty switch (my guess), faulty window motor, etc, etc.
Number of possible reasons. Faulty switches, window off-track, bad window regulator/motor, if you're in a multiplexed vehicle bad window control modules could be a cause, disconnected or faulty wiring, a bad relay... narrowing it down requires diagnosis.
Typically, it's caused by a worn or damaged window regulator motor, but it can also be caused by damaged guides, bad electrical connection or faulty switch. Unfortunately, it's impossible to tell you WHY it isn't working without checking it out in person.
window heater not working
Maybe its your driver-side window regulator that stopped working.
sounds like a faulty window regulator. answer if you can hear the motor working but the window is not moving, the gears are stripped on the mechanism, or the motor is loose on the door mount, or the glass has come out of the runner it sits on. this is not a hard job to fix either way you will have to take door lining off to see what the problem is
The window will often fall down on a 2001 Nissan Xterra due to a faulty drive motor. This causes the tension that holds the window in place to release.
It could be that the window motor has stopped working.
It is a pretty big job. I suggest taking it to an auto trim shop
Have the charging system tested. You may have a faulty alternator.
what is a window release?
window motor, any auto parts store will have them
By convention the longer side is called the length, but it doesn't have to be. Consider a rectangular window: If you were to buy a blind for a window, the length of the blind would correspond to the drop from top to bottom of the window, and the width of the blind would correspond to the distance from side to side. If the window was a short, wide window the width of the blind would be longer than its length!
The rear side window in a 1998 Toyota Avalon can jam if there is a problem in the window motors or the switches. A faulty switch may not complete the circuit needed to operate the window.
If its not working check the connections and if it is working but wont go up and down then the window regulator is broken and will need to be replaced.
Then you only have one working window out of four.
The lock switch has nothing to do with the window. If you have power windows and the window switch is bad, you can operate the window by jumping the wires on the switch plug. On my 91 Camaro RS, the window regulator (motor) stopped working. I bought a new regulator at Napa and replaced it. Replacing the window regulator requires drilling out the factory rivets. IMPORTANT! Before you start,you should drill a hole through the door and gear then install a temporary nut & bolt to lock the window in the up postion. This will prevent the window from falling while your fingers are near the gear.
Even though it is a new one, the air conditioner unit could be faulty: maybe there is no refrigerant gas or maybe the compressor pump is not working? If it is still under warranty you should be able to get a free replacement unit if it is faulty. The best advice anyone can give is to call a licensed Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) technician to advise you if the unit is faulty or if the problem you have is because it has not been installed correctly.
each window has it's own window regulator and window motor. so if one is working and one is not, you would have to take the door panel off and see if one or the other is working, or the window may just be off the window track
a couple of inches longer in case of damage