Having problems with your 2000 Land Rover Discovery ?

The window on the pass. side front door will not go up or down? You can hear the reg running just not doing anything! Boyfriend said it banged when it got to the top when he put it up last time. What's wrong now any ideas??? Thanks, jess

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-03-2019

Answers :

Hello. It sounds like your window is off track (so to speak). Depends on what type of car you have, some power windows use a motor to turn a crank, which opens and closes the windows. Also, as Ghassun spoke of, there is a plastic belt that lifts and lowers the window. Carefully remove the dorr panel. Use the panel tool you can buy in the store to prevent breakage of the plastic clips, or using JUST ENOUGH force with a flat bar [flathead screw driver] remove the panel, taking note of any wire connectors you must remove to put them back later. Remove the plastic vapor barrier the automaker installed then look or reach in to see if the belt is jammed, off track or twisted somehow. Physically reposition it to work and test it. you may have to reconnect the wires depending on the type of car. Even though its the pass. side the driver side may still need the wires in a complete loop to send power to the window motor. If you have a crank, it has a spinning socketlike piece that slots into the window crank that lifts. Something like a square builing block that goes into the square slot. :) It's unlikely that it happened, but see if the screws somehow came loose, allowing the spinning block to slip within the crank.
\015\012 As far as that belt we discussed earlier; it could have snapped. remove it, get a replacement from an auto parts and replace the same way you removed it. As I always say when I'm working on friends, family autos; I'm not certified Mechanic. I just love rides and have had my share of clunkers I've had to learn to repair. Hope this info works.
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