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Chrysler 300 Cable Failure in Window Regulator/Motor May Cause Power Windows to Become Inoperative

 
Chrysler 300 Problem
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Model Years Affected: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

Average Mileage: 67,427 mi (17,700 mi - 119,000 mi)

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One or more of the power windows may become inoperative, it is commonly caused by failure of the window motor or a cable in the window regulator. The window motor & regulator may need to be replaced as assembly.

  •  Rookie

    From the driver's door, I can operate the power windows in the backseat, but cannot operate either of the front windows. I can operate the passenger's side window from the passenger's door, but cannot open the driver's window at all...

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  • Visitor, , 106,000 mi

    My power drivers side switch rolls up n down my back windows but will not do my front windows as well as my mirrors on either side it won't work. The master switch only works on the back windows. Dnt know what the problem is

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  • Visitor, , 50,000 mi

    back window not operating all the time, and now both are not working.

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  • Visitor, , 32,000 mi

    window on drivers side has begun to not want to go back up. no problem going down. have to keep pushing the button down to get the window back up

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  • Visitor, , 50,000 mi

    Left rear passenger window will not roll down. There is no noise at all when window button in pushed or pulled. All other windows work correctly. Could not find in manual about a fuse for power windows.

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  • Visitor, , 17,700 mi

    Both rear power windows became inoperative and fail to roll up.

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  • Visitor, , 62,000 mi

    Just discovered problem, just bought this car from auction direct on 5/2/13. Front driver and pass. windows work when they feel like it. also both side mirrors are supposed to drop when in reverse, only pass. side drops now. plus I cannot adjust the pass. side mirror. Dealer tells me they got a letter informing them that this was a common problem with the 300's, then wouldn't u think they should have fixed this BEFORE they re-sold this automobile? Shake my head!

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