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What do you mean by "pulses"? And can you also push the window down or just pull it up ?
And which window left or right
Ok, if you can go back to the window and move it up and down by hand that tells me the window regulator is the issue. Put your ear against the door and operate the switch and listen , if you continuously hear the motor buzzing then the regulator is the issue for sure. Try that and let me know. Lou
If you hear the motor moving but no window movement then the issue is for sure a regulator. I'll send over a picture
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The cables go the a plastic or metal box that the motor bolts to. The long rod that the cables go to is the main part the window slides up and down on. The plastic part in the center is what the window bolts to , the gears are plastic so when they break you can hear crunching or popping noises when operating. Hope this information helps
Ok but you should never be able to move the window by hand up or down , if you can that tells me the regulator is bad OR the window glass came out of the regulator.
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Weird things Happen when a regulate goes bad. I have seen all sorts of different results. The main thing is A- do you hear the motor moving and B- can you move the window by hand. Result is always loose glass or failed regulator.
If you can upload a few pictures I can help a little better but the regulator is 99% of all window issues.
No. The whole regulator must be replaced.