Chrysler Window Motor
The Chrysler window motor provides the electricity to the power window system, supplying the power that moves the gears in the window regulator to raise and lower the window glass. The Chrysler window motor is attached to the window regulator, with both components located inside the vehicle door, behind the interior door panel. The power window mechanism includes a linkage that has a long arm that attaches to a bar that holds the bottom of the window glass. One end of this arm slides in a groove in the bar as the window moves, pushing it up to close the window. The other end is equipped with a plate that has gear teeth to mesh with a gear powered by the Chrysler window motor. There are several gears that are involved in the process to create a gear reduction, increasing the torque to enable the power of the small Chrysler window motor to raise the window glass. One of these is a worm gear that prevents the window from being forced open with a self-locking feature that allows the gear to move only when the window switch is pressed to trigger the operation of the Chrysler window motor. A durable and reliable component, the Chrysler window motor raises and lowers the window countless times through the life of the vehicle. However, as the vehicle ages, moisture contamination can become a problem for the Chrysler window motor, causing the window mechanism to corrode and bind. This can make the Chrysler window motor work harder, resulting in excessive wear and eventual failure. We carry a selection of quality Chrysler window motor replacements in our online catalog at very reasonable prices. Our secure site makes it safe and easy to order your Chrysler window motor and our toll-free phone line is just as convenient.