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#1 of 41 1999 Grand Prix with falling rear window in door
Sep 16, 2008 (2:06 pm)
I'm new here but am hoping to find help with a problem... the window in the rear passenger side door started falling down about 2-3" by itself. Also the switches don't seem to work, not the main panel rocker on the drivers door for that window, or the switch on the rear passenger door itself.
All other window switches work fine and other windows move up and down as usual.
We can push it back up into place, but it falls again once we drive a few miles...
I have had to replace the drivers side window works before [motor, rails & cable setup] but it never fell on its own
Any and all help is appreciated.
#2 of 41 New motor and regulater
Nov 09, 2008 (5:02 am)
mine did the same and you have to buy anew motor and regulator for it.
#3 of 41 Re: 1999 Grand Prix with falling rear window in door [michael1908]
Dec 10, 2008 (6:05 am)
Howdy I have a 2004 Grand prix GT and my driver side passenger window did the same thing, i rolled it downed a little and tried to roll it up and it made a crunching sound and didn't do anything. It would go all the way down but then gave up and now it drops on it's own and both control switches (driver and passenger switches) don't do anything. I had to tape it up until i get it fixed.
#4 of 41 1993 Grand Prix door won't open
Feb 16, 2009 (12:04 pm)
#5 of 41 1993 Grand Prix door won't open
Jan 24, 2008 (6:55 am)
somehow the inside door clips fell off and now my passenger side door won't open from the inside or outside. any idea how i can get this door open??
#6 of 41 Re: 1993 Grand Prix door won't open [mrbassman26]
Feb 11, 2008 (4:10 pm)
I would try to take off the inside door cover somehow, then reach inside to the locking mechanism, if possible, the same thing happened to me too.
#7 of 41 Re: 1993 Grand Prix door won't open [mrbassman26]
Feb 16, 2009 (12:04 pm)
Same thing just happened to me after replacing the door handle (4th one, no less!). The door opened/closed just fine, but then after the auto-lock activated, the door wouldn't open, even when it was "unlocked". I did manage to get limited access by pulling the top of the panel, but not enough to get to the problem. I ended up tearing off the door handle, then manually operate the linkages with needle-nose pliers and reach in and pull the inside door lever to get the door open!
Coincidently, after replacing both LH/RH door handles (the RH was broke), now I have the same problem with the passenger side!
#8 of 41 95 grang prix no heat
Feb 24, 2009 (8:11 am)
#9 of 41 95 grang prix no heat
Nov 27, 2008 (2:08 pm)
when the temp is down on the car it blows heat fine, but as soon as the temp rises above 100 it blows cold air. it has a new rad,heater core. i put 3 new thermostats in to see if thats the prob, but no, new hoses. the head was checked to see if it was cracked or the head gaskets were gone, but they are fine. it is not air locked. and the whole system was fulshed about 3 times. i had it to 3 garages but they can not find the problem. help 3 kids ,winter time, and a car that blows no heat.
#10 of 41 Re: 95 grang prix no heat [ntsmith]
Dec 04, 2008 (7:49 pm)
I have the same problem. Is there anyone out there that has the answer?