Well I finally did something rather stupdi to my car. It was pouring down rain and I decided to just sprint to the nearby house from my car, but I guess my hand somehow inadvertently rolled down my driver-side power window and I didn’t notice it (how this happened without me noticing is completely beyond me).
Anyway, skip ahead to a few hours later when I return to my car and surprisingly notice my open window and obviously damp seat and door interior. Now when I go to roll it up, it kinda sounds like it crackles or crunches and then it just stops. I can do the same for it to go down a it will make a few more noises before stopping. Now I can control all my other windows just fine from it, but I did notice that the control panel’s background illumination lights for the side mirror control will go off/on whenever I try to make the driver side window go up or down.
What’s the probably cause? At first I wanted to say someone had broke my window because I didn’t remember rolling it down, nor do I know when I could have when my car was stopped and it made a crunching sound whenever I tried to roll it back up, but there was no broken glass and I felt down into the window’s gap and it all felt pretty solid. Is this problem likely to be remedied once everything dries out?
This is a 2002 Dodge Durango SLT if that helps any. :smack: