Rear Power window failure
Henry A Harper III
hah at alumni.rice.edu
Sun Nov 23 21:23:49 EST 2003
If you don't want to pull the door panels just yet, you can get the switches
free from the armrests by taking those loose (and hey, that's step #1 in
removing door panels anyway). In order for the windows to operate, the motor
has to get *sufficent* current through both the switch in the driver's door and
the local switch (except driver's window only has one switch of course). With
enough jumper wires, you should be able to determine if it's the switches or
the wiring that are your problem. I have had one window problem that was
driver's door wiring, and another that was a dirty switch that I fixed by
opening it up and spraying in contact cleaner (new switch was ~$60 from local
dealer at the time I believe).
On Sunday, November 23, 2003 3:52 PM, Mike Del Tergo
[SMTP:mdeltergo at hotmail.com] wrote:
> >If the rear "cigar lighter" is also newly non-functional, then it seems
> >likely that the wiring to the lockout switch or the switch itself is bad.
> >Driver's door hinge area is always a good place to check for broken wires.
> Really checked all driver door wires this weekend all look intact. rear
> cigar lighter has power.
> Any more ideas?
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