Power Windows May Stop Working on Plymouth Grand Voyager

One or more power windows may stop working due to a failed window motor or regulator. In some cases these items are replaced as a set. If not, diagnoses will be required to determine which is at fault.

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Average mileage: 118,603 (75,000–180,000)
5 model years affected: 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, more2000
27 people reported this problem
14 people shared problem details
passenger window died a couple of months ago. going to replace it myself, cheaper that way.
both passenger window and right rear window dont work. doesnt work from driver control swithes either.
Stopped working, replaced window motor, still has an intermittent problem...
Passenger side power window works intermittenly.
Rear vent window stopped working on drivers side first. Thankfully it froze in the closed position. About a year later the passenger side window froze. Unfortunately, in the open position. Unhooked the control bracket and have it zip tied closed.
First the passenger side window stopped working and only responded with a slight minuscule movement when operating the switch and then a couple weeks later the driver side window motor started doing the same thing.
Passenger side at 75,000 driver's side starting slow way down at 102,000
Power windows not working all windows.
The passenger side power window operated intermittently when the respectively window switch at driver's or passenger's door is pushed. Then after a year of so the power window stopped working completely and stuck in close position permanently.
Right rear wing window won't shut. Shut manually. Now passenger window won't shut. Will test switch wiring before window motor.
passenger window decides when it wants to be rolled down and back driver side window does not open either
Front passenger window doesn't work.
both front side window don't work
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