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Unread 07-18-2013, 12:10 PM   #1
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2008 Liberty power window noise

Driver's window makes a popping noise when in motion, either direction. Anyone had experience with this? Are there instructions for opening the door panel to check it out? Thanks.

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Unread 07-18-2013, 01:39 PM   #2
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23 - Body/Door - Front/PANEL, Door Trim/Removal
REMOVAL

SEE FIGURE ONE (Top picture)

1. Using trim stick C-4755 or equivalent, remove the door handle trim bezel (3).
2. Remove the power window switch (2) and disconnect the electrical connector (1).

CAUTION: Do not attempt to remove the trim panel the conventional way. This door panel has hooks holding it to the door rather than push pins. Carefully follow these instructions in order to prevent unnecessary damage to the trim panel.

SEE FIGURE TWO (Bottom picture)

3. Using a very thin pry tool, release the cap screw cover (2) from the front door trim.
4. Remove the screws (1) from the front door trim.
5. Carefully remove the door trim panel from the door, by lifting upward until it is removed from the door lock and the mounting attachments (3) on the carrier plate.
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Unread 08-02-2014, 02:00 PM   #3
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Grrr... it's only taken me a year to get back to this issue.

Thanks for the reply Jeepcares.

Now that I've got the door panel off and the window is down and the drum that the window cables connect to is out of position... what are the instructions for removing the carrier panel?

I'm past the point of no return here. Either I get that carrier panel off so I can fix whatever is going on with the cables or I'm going to soak it with gasoline and toss in a match. No way I'm totin' it to a Chrysler dealer half-assembled.
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Unread 08-03-2014, 05:20 AM   #4
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REMOVAL





CAUTION: Do not attempt to remove the trim panel the conventional way. This door panel has hooks holding it to the door rather than push pins. The door module must be removed as an assembly. Carefully follow these instructions in order to prevent unnecessary damage to the trim panel.


1. Loosen the battery terminal nut and use a battery terminal removal tool (2) to disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery (1).
2. Remove the trim panel from the door (Refer to 23 - BODY/DOOR - FRONT/TRIM PANEL - REMOVAL).





3. Remove the door plug (2).
4. Remove rear exterior handle nut (1).




NOTE: The window must be in proper position to disengage glass. Release tab on liftplate must be aligned with access hole in door module. Use a slotted screwdriver in the slot on the window regulator liftplate, press gently outboard while pressing down on the glass to release the glass from the liftplate.


5. Remove the tape covering the access hole on the carrier plate and discard. Access the window regulator liftplate through the hole in the carrier plate.
6. Push down the door glass (1) and use a slotted screwdriver to release the tab on the window regulator liftplate (2). Lift the glass up and secure to the header.



See Picture One



7. Remove the three screws (2) securing the door latch to the door shut face.
8. Remove the one screw (1) attaching the latch bracket to the door shut face.


See Picture 2


9. Disconnect and remove the electrical connector (1) from the door (4).
10. Remove the 10 screws (3) from the carrier plate (2).
11. Disconnect the outside mirror electrical connector.
12. Remove the carrier plate (2) from the door (4).

See Picture 3


NOTE: The window regulator is not serviceable. The new carrier plate will come equipped with the regulator assembly installed.

NOTE: All the lock rods are color coded to help identify the location for the particular lock rod.


13. Disconnect the inside lock rod from the latch.





14. Disengage the grommet (2) and remove the inside lock rod (1) from carrier plate (3).





15. Disconnect the interior handle lock rod from the latch.





16. Remove interior handle lock rod (2) and grommet (1) from carrier (3).





17. Remove the interior lock rod from the interior handle.





18. Disconnect the latch electrical connector.





19. Turn the carrier plate over and slide the latch bracket assembly to remove from the carrier plate slots (1).





20. Remove the push pin (1) from the handle.
21. Remove the spring (3) and handle (2) from the carrier.





22. Disconnect the speaker electrical connector.
23. Remove speaker wire from wire clip.





24. Remove the speaker bolts and speaker from the carrier.





25. Remove the electrical harness (4) from the carrier plate.
26. Release harness from all the hooks in the carrier plate.
27. Disconnect the connectors (1) from the module.
28. Disconnect the connector (3) from the window motor.
29. Remove the electrical harness (2) from the carrier plate.
30. Remove the harness from the carrier plate.





31. Remove the screws and module from the carrier plate.





32. Remove the screws and window motor from the carrier plate.
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Unread 08-03-2014, 05:22 AM   #5
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The above taken from the 2008 service manual.

Hope it helps...
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