My 94 Accord drivers side window has done pretty much the same the thing - altho' mine completely dropped out of the cradle and I almost lost it inside the door. What has probably happened to your window is the same as mine - over time and use the cradle supporting the glass loses its grip on the glass. The glass becomes progressively more loose until it traps against the door. I temporarily fixed mine by pulling the glass out completely, taking the motor down to a low setting - one where the window would be perhaps a third of the way up. I then slid the window back into its cradle and the window wound up again. However, the glass is still rocking about a little and not fitting snugly and I know that I'll have to replace the motor / cradle for a more permanent solution. This is what you'll have to do too. But I recommend removing the door trim to have a look insde to see what exactly is going on before you spend the money on a new window motor.
My '97 two door had a similar problem. It turns out the issue is that in the two door there is a cable system that is attached to a runner that goes along the middle of the door. for me the cable that would otherwise lift the window was starting to come apart. The fragments of the cable became stuck in a plastic runner that the cable slides through. At that point the cable was completely jammed and I had to replace the entire mechanism which wasn't very difficult. Just make sure that if you do relplace the system you center it properly or you may find that the window will still have a difficult time going up.
If you put the switch in the up position and you do not hear the motor, then your switch is bad... I had the same problem in my 94.. I solved my problem by cleaning out the switch controller and rocking it from side to side, so far it still working. In your case REPLACE THE SWITCH CONTROLLER or unless for the time being hold to switch either to the right or left while pushing up on the switch or pushing down or pulling up on the switch while pushing up on the switch. On the other hand if you hear the motor, chances are the cable that pulls the window up does not work all the way, so then you will have to replace the whole window regulator enjoy...
This is a common Honda Accord issue (my 91 and 96 both needed new window motors). I've since prevented it by regularly lubing the window grooves with WD40 (use the little red straw, squirt it in, move up and down--do this especially with your driver side window which you use the most). I do it every few months, have never had any more problems. This was at my Honda mechanic's urging, he's seen a lot of this. Things get a little tight or strained there, and it makes the window motor work too hard. Hondas last forever; little parts like window motors do not!
I had the same issue. And motor was not clicking or making any sound. So the switch had some issue I figured after reading this blog. I opened the switch and found that the contact points were burned out and lot of carbon had accumulated. Plus due to the heat of the sparks the plastic around the contact points had melted and raised up, so it would prevent the contact points to get in touch. So I had to brush off the burned plastic too. Thanks. Its fixed and working now.
how to repair drivers side manual window for 2002 jeep liberty sport
Driver's window is if the car is equipped with P/W.
Must replace window regulatorhttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/replace-a-power-window-motor-regulator
what is the average repair cost to fix an electric window switch motor 2003 jeep
Depends on what is wrong with it.
It cannot be raised manually. You will have to repair it in order to raise the window.
Replace the window regulator.
To give you an answer we need to know more specifically what the problem you are trying to repair is.
Buy a new window switch part #5L1Z14529AA easy fix!.. It's a very common problem the drivers window sticks when going up
Remove the 2002 Ford Explorer drivers side inside door panel. The entire window mechanism will be visible. Locate and repair the cause for the window malfunction.
How to repair power window in 2000 Ford Ranger passenger window will not work with either drivers button or passenger button the relay does not make any clicking noise either What is wrong?
If an automatic window will fail to lower on a 1991 Honda Accord than the power winder motor or relay can be the problem. The easiest place to check is the relay. If the relay is fine than the motor is failing.
First... get a repair manual. Follow the instructions...
Once the cable is detached...you need to replaced the window regulator.unfortunately the part is only available through the dealers,and pretty costly. The best bet is to visit your local salvage yard. Labor wise its a pretty easy job to replaced the window regulator.
Remove the inside door panel. The entire power window mechanism will be visible. Put the window back onto the window track.
The regulator is shot. Replace the regulator.
The fuse C914 is for the power window relay. It is located in the fuse box under the driver's dashboard.
There is a control power pack located in the drivers door panel which overtime needs to be removed and then re-soldiered to fix a cold soldier joints on the circuit board. This will fix the drivers window from sometime not opening.
replace the power window motor inside the door. You will have to drill out the rivets and replace with nuts and bolts
Try this link. Hopefully it helps. http://www.dodgeforum.com/m_650637/tm.htm
How to replace a motor driver side for a town and country 2002
Break the window with an iron wrench.
take the door panal off and put it back on track, should be it.
Diagrams can not be inserted here but there are several sources to find one. A good auto repair manual like Chitons or Haynes should have what you need.