Dodge Intrepid Problem Report

Dodge Intrepid The Window Glass May not Roll Correctly Due to Damaged Glass Lift Plates

(29 reports)

The window glass lift plates tend to bend or break and cause the window glass to tilt and bind in the door. The lift plates can be replaced separately from the window regulator. In more severe cases, however, a new window regulator may also require replacement.

Window electric rolls down must assist it up falls forward on track and or sideways. -
Window lift plate broke because of the tension placed on it by the path of the window. This stressed the plate and caused it to break. Orginally, the bond between the window and glass came apart, but after I epoxied it the plate broke. I was able to bend another plate out of sheet metal and re-epoxy it in the track and it's held 5 years now. Drivers side window. It took some practice to line up the window track. Now my speaker does'nt work but the window is good. -
clip that holds window lift bar broke -
driver's side broken glass lift plate. -
lift plate broken -
lift plate busted -
Same as everyone else - except it has happened twice within about 2 months. Pretty agravating! -
My cars driver side windows lifts sideways and needs lift and the back passenger window doesn't roll down -
This just happened to my car yesterday. the window starts to pop out of the frame if I try to roll it up...and that poses and even bigger problem than annoyance since the inside door handle doesn't work either, so what do I do? Leave my window down all the time and hope for the best or leave it up and crawl out the other side? ridiculous. -
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