This happened to my daughter's car a few weeks ago. Ford sells new window regulators complete with the motor only - you cannot buy only the regulator portion. I found a good price from a dealer on the web - about $50 cheaper than my local Ford dealer. I am going to assume you already have the interior door panels, etc. removed. Unbolt the window motor and get it as close as possible to the opening in the door frame near the lower front of the door. Cut the two window regulator encased cables exiting the motor with heavy duty cutters or metal shears. If you have trouble cutting these cables, attempt to unbolt the motor from the regulator gear assembly. Inside you will find two gears and probably a very messed-up cable. Cut these cables. This will free the motor and gear assy. which can be removed after disconnecting the electrical connector. At this point, the window glass should also be free enough to slide up in the track to be unbolted from it's carrier. Once the glass is detached from the carrier, you should be able to lift & tilt it out of the top of the door. Continue with new window regulator replacement as usual. If you need additional help w/photos, I would recommend ChiltonsDIY.com for $20/year subscription.
Perhaps a stuck door in the HVAC system or a blockage in the ducts.
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.
Possibly the window motor burnt out. Try not to mess with it happened to me and window broke and i had to pay a lot more.
Take the door apart and disconnect the seized motor from linkage and tape up window and replace motor.
It is either the window motor or the window switch. That shoud be determined before replacing the window motor, but a weak motor will melt a window switch and it MAY be both. It could also be in need of some white grease on the regulator track inside the door but I doubt that.
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
I own a 93 g-20 and sometimes my passenger side window will not close, the only times that it will not go up if it is cold outside and I roll it completely down, the motor for the window is located inside the door panel, if the motor is bad then you remove the door panel to access the motor, remove the bolts holding the motor and install a new one, it may just be stuck, if it is stuck in the down position, have someone pull up on the window while you operate the door window switch and see if it will now go up by pulling up on it
If your driver's side window goes down halfway and gets stuck in a 1999 Chevy Suburban, the motor could be failing. It could also indicate the window is off the track.
You need to take off your door panel and install a new motor. its hard for you to pull up the window manually because the motors do not have any slack in them and they will hold the window in the position it is in. A short term repair would be to take off the door panel and unbolt your glass from the backet connected to the window motor. then you can wedge the window closed or find a way to hold it up until you can buy a new motor.
the window motor might be bad or there is not of power in your cords to power it
Best quess is that your window motor is stuck. Sometimes if you pound on the door panel with your fist while pushing on the window switch it can become unstuck. Then you will know it is the window motor. Sometimes they are too siezed up to move at all, so this might work and it might not. We call it a tap test in the business.
Well if everything else is working, then the window itself maybe stuck. That maybe the only that could be wrong with it.
u have to have the window rolled down about 4 inches. If the window is stuck up force it down and you can access 2 bolts holding it to the window. Only force it if you plan to replace the regulator.
Unless it is a blown fuse, whatever the problem may be, it will have to be first accessed by removing the interior door panel to get at it.
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
THIS IS ALL I HAVE, MABE IT WILL GET THE BALL ROLLING FOR YOU..BUT YES GET A USED MOTOR IF NOTHING ELSE WORKS. YOU GONNA NEED THAT WINDOW.. lower window to down position(if you can) remove door panel remove window weather stripping remove black window surround (should be a screw on top of surround towards back edge) then stationary window should unbolt then remove pins that hold operator to track pick up and pull out the operating window
Mr. Avery got stuck in the window during the fire in to kill a mockingbird.
Climb in the back and remove the panels for the tail gate. You have 2 options. Get a couple of wires and run them from the battery to the connector for the window. Then manually move the motor down. If the problem is with the motor then you must remove the motor mechanism to get the window to come down. Neither allow quick return of the motor to the up position, but they will allow you access to opening the door so the repairs can be done more easily.
temp gauge is stuck on hot
Probably the the motor/regulator assembly. I was able to pull mine up with my hands then tape it up. A new motor/regulator cost me $300.
There are two possible conditions this question is describing. The first is that the window is seized and inoperable at the middle down position. The second is the window will go no further than middle. In the first it is a sign of a failed motor or regulator. In the second it is possibly an obstruction of the motor arms or window guides. Disassembly of the door panel to access and diagnose will be required.
If you are able to get the window down, you can put a clamp on the upper edge and it will stick in the door jam keeping it in place, if it is stuck up, then I suggest the more primitive way of careful and liberal placement of duct tape.
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.
break the window
if the switch works then the widow motor need to be replaced take the door panel off and see if something is effecting the travel of the window if the motor works