Window is messed up!!

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Asked by Jun 23, 2008 at 12:25 PM about the 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The driver window started not going down a couple of days ago. Now the window sinks about a third of the way down and i cannot get it to stay up. I know that i will have to take to door panel off to fix it because it has come loose from something. Can anybody help me out with how to do this?

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Remove the door panel with a door panel removal tool. It looks something like a forked flat head screwdriver. Detach all of the electrical connections from the panel. The actuator and electrical motor should be located inside the door frame.

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door panel removal tool? no need to waste the money for that. just pop it off with a screw driver. Don't forget about the screws next to the door handle...

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the window regulator is faulty, the cable hook onto a piece of plastic and the plastic breaks, replace the regluator.. ps the door panel clips are hard to remove, a good solid pull will likely be required to get the panel off, and there is ususlly a couple of screws also. if you need to get the window up i suggest pulling stright up on the glass and use some clear 2" packing tape to hold up the glass.

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