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Old 03-29-2011, 06:57 PM   #1
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96 GT Convertible Passenger Window

Here's my dilemma guys, my window motor is only working when you hit the down button. I tried a diff motor and it was the same same thing I'm not getting any current on my window switch...im thinking i have a wiring problem.
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Re: 96 GT Convertible Passenger Window

Well will the window roll up with either the driver's side controls or passenger controls or are they both not working?!!?!?!?
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I got a feeling you have a faulty pass sidedoor switch for the window mine did the same thing it would go down but not up
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I got a feeling you have a faulty pass sidedoor switch for the window mine did the same thing it would go down but not up
More than likely the window motor causing problem if the switch on the drivers side doesn't work the pass window.
Slam the pass door hard a few times while holding the button up or down ..it could just be bad contacts (New Edges are known for this) and the slamming while pushing button action can jar it back into contact sometimes
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Re: 96 GT Convertible Passenger Window

Replace passenger side switch.
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More than likely the window motor causing problem if the switch on the drivers side doesn't work the pass window.
Slam the pass door hard a few times while holding the button up or down ..it could just be bad contacts (New Edges are known for this) and the slamming while pushing button action can jar it back into contact sometimes
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I think when I typed this I misread the OP..

You need to replace the window switch.
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