Anyway, the part# from napaonline.com is BK 6653601 for the drivers side (BK 6653602 for the passenger side).
Remove the door panel, time consuming but not too hard. Loosen the three 10mm bolts holding the motor in, remove the power connector.
Lower the window so that the two bolts holding it to the regulator are exposed, remove them. Push the window to the top, propping it at this position (a screwdriver through the access hole at the top left will prop on top of the exterior door handle keeping the window in place.
Remove the three 10mm bolts holding the regulator in place. 'Corkscrew' the regulator and motor out of the BIG hole at the back of the door.
Installation is the reverse of assembly.
need to know how cables connect on window regulator
Replace the window regulator.
usually by replacing window regulator.
If the window regulator cable has failed, the entire regulator will have to be replaced.
the regulator is broke how can I get the window up
Replace defective window regulator
you need to replace the window regulator
you will have to replace the window regulator.
Replace the window regulator
bring it to the dealer
The window is not off track. The window regulator is broken. In most cases you will have to replace the window motor and regulator as an assembly.
You have a broken cable in the window regulator. You will need a new window regulator assembly.
Apparently after 36 years the window regulator needs some lubrication ! I removed the window and then the regulator and then lubed the whole of the regulator using a silicone spray. Fixed ! Getting the regulator and window back in the door was a whole other story.
You will have to replace the regulator assembly.
replace window regulator assembly.
Probably need to replace the window regulator.
You need a new Window Regulator. http://www2.partstrain.com/store/?Ntt=Window%20Regulator&N=1684%204294967264+11373 You need a new Window Regulator. http://www2.partstrain.com/store/?Ntt=Window%20Regulator&N=1684%204294967264+11373
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.
If it's on a 99-04 Grand Cherokee you can't. You would need to buy a new window regulator.
No. In fact, the wires from the rear if connected to the front will fix a 250 problem!
In the fuse panel located in the drivers side. Too bad this won't fix your window regulator problem which you're having.
If you heard a pop noise and then the window went down on its own, the regulator has failed.
Must replace window regulatorhttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/replace-a-power-window-motor-regulator
window regulators are junk in these vehicles - check for bad regulator cables regulators about 250-300 bucks and 1.0 to 1.5 hours of labor
I've included a link below in related links that will show you a YouTube video on How To fix the window regulator for your 99 Jeep Grand Cherokee.