Rear Window Dead
malth at umich.edu
Wed Mar 27 09:18:07 EST 2002
It's probably the regulator, when mine went it behaved as if the
switch was bad (and it would short if you tried to apply power manually).
Could be rear window switches? I can't believe they all went bad, but it
could happen. In the CQ, for instance, the switches are wired in such a
way that if one goes out (the passenger side for instance), the driver
side one won't work either.
On Tue, 26 Mar 2002, Derek Pulvino wrote:
> Anybody have any suggestions on why a rear window would stop working?
> Window made a bunch of noise a couple of days ago, and now won't go up or
> You're probably thinking "regulator" right now, but before we jump to that
> conclusion a couple of more details. The rear window switches are no longer
> lit, and neither passenger or driver side rear window works from either the
> control at the affected door or the control on the drivers door. Both front
> windows work fine.
> I thought maybe there was a fusable link, circuit breaker, or fuse specific
> for the rear windows, but I have been unable to find anything to confirm
> that something like this exists.
> Again, this all started happening after the drivers side rear window made a
> bunch of noise and stopped working. So regulator may be screwed up again,
> but there appears to be something else going on here at the same time.
> Any suggestions?
> Derek P
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