http://www.jeepin.com/features/wj_window_regulator/Don't replace the regulator assembly. That's a more expansive and temporary fix. The plastic part At Fault will fail again. For 30 bucks per window + shipping to anywhere in the world you can get this alluminum clip to permantly fix this problem. They have great instructions or if you feel you can't do it yourself (not that difficult) they can arrange to do it for you. I did this on one window. Now I wish I had done all of them because it is even easier to do before it breaks. Go to this web address. http://pocketlogger.com/?pid=jpw Problem Solved, Alan
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The regulator is part of the engine computer.
the regulator is broke how can I get the window up
did you also replace the regulator? sometimes its the regulator that goes bad and not the motor.
you need to change the window regulator
The engine computer is the voltage regulator on a 2001 Jeep.
The cables are not adjustable. The regulator is only serviced as an assembly.
The bracket snaps on the window over the plastic pin in the window. You need to pull the bracket away from the window to get it down and over the plastic pin. If you will be replacing the window regulator you can just cut the bracket where it snaps over the pin.
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Must replace window regulatorhttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/replace-a-power-window-motor-regulator
window regulator. about 400 bucks
around $ 375.00 at dealer.
It's expensive but you have to buy a new window regulator. it's the whole assembly- the motor, cable and guide. it's pretty easy to change. even easier with someone to help hold the window.
unbolt the window from the regulator and push the window all the way up and tape window to door then run the motor all the way up til it stops then reattach widow to regulator.
To change the voltage regulator on almost all modern GM cars, replace the alternator. The regulator is inside the alternator, and is not considered a field servicable part.
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Most likely the guide on the bottom of the regulator broke. take the door apart and check. most likely, you need a new window regulator.
Either way you will have to fix it again so you should fix it right the first time and bolt it tightly to the regulator like it's supposed to be.
the switch is on the door panel approx four inches from the window, this is the only switch that sends power to the window regulator motor (window motor).
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By removing the bolts.
Tale the window regulator out of the truck. Clean an lubricate the tracks & guides. Check for a frayed cable.
Its cheaper to buy a regulator than to fix the old one, check Ebay they have great deals on regulators, good luck