Last post on Dec 24, 2010 at 12:54 PM
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Jeep Grand Cherokee, SUV
#37 of 50 Re: 2002 Grand Cherokee SE Passenger window regulator? [monaclemarley]
Oct 14, 2009 (9:59 am)
to monaclemarly or who ever has a problem with the car window
Jeep liberty 2002 dirver site window won't go up ? it was working good before that not slow or anything like that and now is not working and i don't know how to open the door panel to at least put something to hold the window up untill i can get it repair $
how do you hold your window up ? could you help me please ?
note: some people think is a fuse ?
#38 of 50 Re: 2002 Grand Cherokee SE Passenger window regulator? [yojupiter7]
Oct 14, 2009 (10:22 am)
to hold the window up i went to walmart and got some suction cups that you use to hold things on a window in your house held window up wet cups stuck to inside of window
#39 of 50 Re: Jeep WIndow Regulators [actmiller]
Oct 28, 2009 (6:20 am)
Major problem I had was the cable inside the motor drum had jumped the track and had to be rewound. Another problem was compressing the springs on drum enough to get the cable back on the pulleys which required wrapping bailing wire around the ends of springs and compressing by twisting the wire with a needle nose pliers. Sure glad this info availiable it helped a bunch and aved major $$. Thanks Gary
#40 of 50 Re: Refusal to recall defective window regulators on Jeep [windancer1018]
Jun 04, 2010 (3:49 pm)
I've had both front regulators for my windows go out this past year on my 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The dealership wanted over $ 500.00 to change one out.
Thank god for Ebay! Found new window regulators for around $ 60.00 and replaced myself.
Dealerships are now like Jewelry stores 300 % markup or more!
#41 of 50 Re: Refusal to recall defective window regulators on Jeep [windancer1018]
Jun 05, 2010 (11:40 am)
I am interested in a class action law suit. I have three windows so far down on my 2003 Jeep. replace one at 500.00. Two still down, wedge them up with rubber door stops.
contact me at
#42 of 50 Re: Refusal to recall defective window regulators on Jeep [windancer1018]
Jul 31, 2010 (3:23 pm)
Yes, we need a class action law suit or a recall to replace the window regulators so they do not break again. I've fixed all 4 windows some under warranty and some at my own expense and they are starting to break again because my daughter had to open the windows once the A/C failed. Prior to that we told her to keep the windows up as much as possible!
#43 of 50 grand cherokee power windows/mirrors
Aug 27, 2010 (7:12 am)
Driver side door - no power windows, mirror, or locks. Passenger door locks work,windows don't work.
#44 of 50 2001 Grand Cherokee passenger window failure
Aug 30, 2010 (7:55 am)
Yup, same thing just happened to me this weekend. My mechanic quoted me $338 to fix it. Think I'll try fixing it myself with an after-market regulator. Not at all happy to find out it's a known problem and Jeep won't do anything about it.
#45 of 50 Re: 2001 Grand Cherokee passenger window failure [lalterma]
Sep 01, 2010 (4:02 pm)
I replaced the battery in my 2006 GC and afterward, the driver window would not go up. It went down fine and all the other electrical devices worked fine. Took it to the dealer, they hooked it up to the computer and recalibrated it for $36. Works fine now (about a month later).
#46 of 50 power windows
Sep 04, 2010 (2:25 pm)
Driver side door - no power windows, mirror, or locks. Passenger door locks work,windows don't work. Interior lights stay on.
I worked on my jeep today and it turned out to be two broken wires where they go through the boot into the dash spliced them together and everthing works so this may be something to check.