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Old 09-04-2013, 08:21 AM   #1
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Passenger window wont go up

Turned the car off tried to put the window up and it wouldn't go up the volt gauge still goes down a bit when I hit the button what are the necessary steps to figuring out what needs to be fixed or replaced ? Thanks
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No power to the motor at all? Solenoid will still make the voltmeter jump. Was it slow before?
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It just stopped working I went to put both of the windows up , hit the buttons and the driver one went up and the passenger didn't
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It just stopped working I went to put both of the windows up , hit the buttons and the driver one went up and the passenger didn't
Window motor.
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Is there any way that I can test that before I go a head and order one ?
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Yeah, your car has a mechanical regulator. They almost never fail. It's gotta be the motor.
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So I just got the window motor in 2 days ago but didn't have the chance to install it until last night long story short I didn't have the right size socket to take of the screw that bolt the motor to the door so I gave up. Then I went online and saw that sometimes jiggling the motor and unplugging it and and plugging it back in works. And guess what? It did. So here's my question should I replace the motor or just let it be for now ? Has this happened to anyone else
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Your motor is most likely the culprit if your connection wasn't corroded. Hitting or wiggling the motor just jarred the brushes in it which means you need a new motor, its going out..
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