Power Window Inoperative Due to Window Regulator and/or Motor on Dodge Magnum

An inoperative power window would commonly be caused by failure of the cable in the window regulator, or the window motor itself. The window regulator will need to be replaced as an assembly to correct this concern.

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Average mileage: 74,761 (15,000–124,238)
4 model years affected: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
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2007 Dodge Magnum 105,980 mi,
Passenger window would roll down only... but not up from both the passenger and driver side switches. I replaced the lift motor and regulator but this did not correct the problem (though it did at least allow me to roll the window up when I connected the motor to the battery briefly). I ordered a driver side master switch and await its arrival currently. Hope this fixes it.
2007 Dodge Magnum 38,000 mi,
my passenger window isnt responding!!!
2008 Dodge Magnum 124,238 mi,
Stop working
My driver side window won work and my ac blown a fuse
2005 Dodge Magnum 122,559 mi,
Rear passenger window quite working replaced windo regular problem solved Under $50.00
rear window will not operate when it is warm (50+ degrees) But, all winter it operates properly
it started doing that the year after we bought it.
2007 Dodge Magnum 67,550 mi,
REAR WINDOW MOTOR WEAK