Many models of the Dodge Durango and other vehicles use power windows in the doors that are operated by switches. Repairing a power switch that doesn’t work can be a matter of replacing the switch itself or changing the wiring harness. How much work you have to do depends on exactly what needs replacing. This process can also vary depending on the exact year of your particular Dodge Durango.
Things You’ll Need: Wrench, Screwdriver, Trim stick, Window switch plate, Wiring with electrical connectors
- Disconnect the truck’s negative battery cable at the terminal, loosening the clamp’s nut with your wrench. Pry out the power switch control from the inner door armrest using a trim stick and disconnect the electrical connector in the rear. Skip to Step 8 if this is all you need to replace.