Take the inside door panel off..... First remove small cover that fits over one Phillips head screw below the arm rest. Remove the cover behind the inside door handle. Remove the screw there. unscrew the push down door lock. now, from the bottom of the panel, gently pull the door panel back away from the door. there are small, white, plastic clips, along the edge that hold the pannel. just pull away. lift the panel and disconnect the wire that leads to the latch. disconnect wires to the speaker, small light below, and power window switch. now take off black sheet of plastic. connect back the switch by itself so you can move the window track up and down. reach in and replace glass into track. use some clear caulking, and spread into track.(not much is needed). make sure that you place the glass back in the exact previous location. reverse process to install the door panel.
The easiest way to get a windshield replacement for your Chevy c1500 is to shop around online. That way you can see prices and services offered. You can search for 'windshield prices' on Google. I went through the process on Glass.net and the price was about $230 for a rear window
Mercedes McCambridge went by Mercy.
check your tailgate switch on the dash mine went bad and after i replaced it it was like new
The if that window is the only one not going up and down, its the motor, or maybe even a short in the wiring. ** My 4 door went out one window at the time.
I can't tell you the exact name of the part. I believe that if you take the back panel off inside next to the rear window where the defogger connects, you will find that the part is burnt. It will be on the passenger rear. Do not confuse it with the antenna. I went to a salvage yard and got one from a used Lesabre.
No, there is a controller that makes the rear window go up and down. You need to remove the plastic cover which snaps in place. Second, you will see a controller labeled "Toyota MPX Door." This is the control/relay that sends the voltage to the window motor. Mine went bad, and had to be replaced. Many are fooled by this and think that the window motor is bad, when in all actuallity, it is the relay. Also - try inserting the ignition into the rear door lock while turning to the right. The lock raises and lowers the rear window independent of the interior or remote key switch operations.
Mercedes Sosa went by La Negra (The Black Lady).
I went to You Tube and found a video showing how to...I'm a 51 year old mom and did it in less that 15 minutes.
Type of car would help. Some regulators bolt in, some are held in with rivots that must be drilled out. You should be able to take the regulator loose and then remove it from the window track. GM's at some point went to rivots, can't speak about others. There should be enough room in the door to slide the regulator back and forth and get the 2 guides out of the track on the bottom of the window.
It depends on what you mean by "repaired." If you mean take the window motor apart and repair it, the answer is probably yes, but why? The effort and expense would far outweigh, just replacing the unit. If you just mean can a power window be fixed? Then the answer is yes. You need to find out what went bad, the motor, cable, or track assembly, and replace it.
He went out with Quin, Santana, and Mercedes.
Sounds like a broken window regulator, if its electric or manual check and make sure it hasn't jumped out of track. I agree, definitely the regulator. Most common thing to go wrong on a silverado. Both of mine have went out on my 99. Expensive.
There are a few different things you can try. One if the window came off track, you will need to either take apart the door interior to get inside. Be careful not to break off any of the tabs. Prior to do thing though, try to figure out what went wrong - does the motor still work, are the gears still working or have they been ripped up. If its only off the track and you can somehow get a pair of pliers down to pull up the window you might get lucky and get it started. Test it by rolling it down part way. Hope this helps a little.
I have the same problem with my '05 Highlander with only 42,000 miles on it. The rear driver-sdie window went down and won't come up. I've looked up the forums online and was able to disassemble the interior door shell. what i saw was odd, the brackets had come off from the window and the window is now sitting at the bottom of the door. won't go up. i will hv to continue searching but thought of letting you know that this is not a easy fix. something wrong with toyotas.
sure it's the motor and not the window regulator? The regulator is made of plastic (stupid VW they know it's a problem and won't do a recall) when it breaks the window is stuck down because the cables twist. I have this problem now and went to VW site and they have a video online to show how to fix the problem. But you have to order the parts from them.
The antenna is in the rear window. You can not buy the antenna separately on this model; you have to buy the entire window which is about $475. However, if you are getting static noise, then it may be your antenna amplifier ($190), which is alot more common. Just went thru this myself with my son's car.
She went off in a TANGENT when she passed by a department store window.
He went to UCLA and did track, baseball, basketball, and football.
She told him she fell down two flights of stairs and went out a window.
When my power window went bad, I went to a local body shop. It turned out to be the 'motor' and was replaced in a few short hours. You will have to stop in ahead of time for a looksy, so they can order the correct part.
It Depends on the height of the window 2 Storeys = Vet is needed Over 2 Storeys = Dog will not survive the fall
buy a used rear end from a junk yard. should cost aroun $200 to $400 dollars. If it went out in 2300 miles, either it was repaired improperly or the driver is tearing it up.
I went to the dealer with the VIN and he was able to give the radio code