2000 Chrysler Town and Country DRIVER SIDE BOOR WINDOW

Tiny
BOB KANNING
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  • 2000 CHRYSLER TOWN AND COUNTRY
  • 6 CYL
  • FWD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 109,000 MILES
HOW DO YOU REMOVE INSIDE DOOR PANEL TO FIND PROBLEM, WINDOW STOPS GOING UP BUT WILL GO BACK DOWN
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Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009 AT 5:48 PM

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POWER WINDOW MOTOR
Remove door trim panel. See DOOR TRIM PANEL under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Disconnect window motor connector. Using jumper wires, apply battery voltage across window motor terminals. Motor should operate, unless window is already at maximum travel. Reverse jumper wires. Window should move in opposite direction. If window does not move in either direction, replace window motor.
If motor operates in one direction only, replace motor. See POWER WINDOW MOTOR under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. If motor grunts and does not move, disconnect window glass from regulator plate. Check window glass, tracks and regulator for sticking or binding. Repair as necessary and recheck system operation.

DOOR TRIM PANEL
Removal & Installation
Using a trim stick, pry courtesy light from door trim. Disconnect courtesy light connector. Remove door assist handle (if equipped). Remove door pull cup (if equipped). Remove screws attaching trim panel to door below map pocket (if equipped). Using a trim stick, remove screw cover from switch panel.
Remove screws securing switch panel to door trim and remove panel. Using a trim stick, remove seat/mirror memory switch (if equipped). Disconnect wiring connectors. Remove screw securing door trim to door panel from behind inside latch release handle.
Disengage clips holding door trim to door frame around perimeter of panel. Tilt top of trim panel away from door to gain access to latch linkage. Disengage clip holding linkage rod to inside latch release handle. Separate linkage rod from latch handle. Remove door trim panel. To install, reverse removal procedure.
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