Are you sure its stuck, (i.e. can you hear the motor whining)? If you don't hear the motor attempting to run, the motor could be bad, or there could be a loose or corroded connection somewhere between the window switch and the motor.
If you do hear the motor, try taking the door panel off-that's likely what its catching on.
Likely? On mine the main bar coming from the power window motor is completely bent around. It was caused by attempting to roll the window down while iced up.
Generally, if the motor is not at least attempting to run, there is probably a bad electrical connection somewhere, usually caused by a little corrosion. The bad connection could be internally in the window switch itself, in which case you will probably need to replace the switch. However, more likely your bad connection will be at a contact point where one of the wires connects either to a terminal on the switch or to the window motor itself.
You can check all the connections quickly with an ohmmeter or a simple continuity tester.
A flexible emery board (available in any drugstore) is best for cleaning the contacts, and it only takes a few minutes once you get to the switch.
Defective passenger power window switch. It is stuck in the down position. Raise the window and immediately disconnect the switch until you can replace it.Defective passenger power window switch. It is stuck in the down position. Raise the window and immediately disconnect the switch until you can replace it.
Remove the inside trim panel. Loosen the 2 -3/8" bolts holding the metal window bracket to the lift arm. Raise the window up manually and install a wedge to hold it up or wire the bracket to the top of the door frame to hold the window up and in place. I just did this to my kid's 95 olds cierra this morning. Rt rear window glass was stuck open.
First take the door panel off and inspect the wires, the window track, and motor. My tempo has a stuck window as well. My window track is really rusty, and I think could be the issue.
the window motor might be bad or there is not of power in your cords to power it
First test to see if the problem is the switch, wiring, or the motor. Here's howhttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/test-power-window-motor-and-regulatorThen replace the regulator if the switch and wiring test good. Here's howhttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/replace-a-power-window-motor-regulator
same way hold the switch down and slam the door shut.
pull off the internal door covering and you should be able to push the window up then jkust find a way to wedge it into place. did it on my 90 E150
You can grab this will both hands and gently tug while pushing the window up button. If this doesn't work, you can take it to a mechanic.
I have a 1997 awd v8 ford explorer. It gets stuck in park and is very hard to get unjammed.
Mr. Avery got stuck in the window during the fire in to kill a mockingbird.
my power windows quit working, both driver and passanger door switches dont work. i tested all fuses and they work. i think its a power window relay. please help! my windows are stuck down ;-(
The power down module is located on the inside of the door panel itself under the armrest. If there is a problem with this module (ie unplugged, stuck etc) the driver's side window will not operate.