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There would be no relay for driver's side only. If the clicking is from the door, the gears on the motor may be stripped or the lifting mechanism, the track, may need checked. You will have to pull off the inner door panel to check. You just may need a new motor or a new regulator mechanism.
Hi, there is only one relay for all of the windows, so that is not the problem. The likely problem is the switch. I recommend you test the switch using an ohmmeter. In the case of the door lock, that problem may be a failed lock motor. I recommend you apply power directly to the lock motor to see if it works. If it does, check the switch. If not, replace the motor.
Try this.... Open the door, turn the key to the ON position without starting the engine and everything that makes noise is off. Lean down placing your ears close to the bottom center of the door or at the speaker grill. Press the window switch UP and DOWN. Listen for the window motor. If heard the drive is damaged. If not heard, turn key off and locate and replace the relay with one of the other window relays. Check window again. If it works now, get a new relay. Sometimes, removing the motor and turning it by hand will get it working good as new. I have had to do that with Brand New motors! So try it. If all has failed, with the door panel still off, check for voltage at the motor connector when pushing the window switch. No voltage means its the switch, especially if its a auto down or up switch. Window fuse's and relay's may be up under drivers side dash or next to battery. Drivers door window gets used the most so it could be the motor, window switch, relay or fuse. Could also be a broken wire in the rubber boot going from the door to the body. You will have to eliminate each till you find the culprit.
henryhand8, I can't tell you which fuse is for the windows but it is located in the passenger compartment fuse box. Try testing all the fuses and replacing any that are bad. The relay is there as well. What I can tell you is that a big problem with this is the wires that go from the door to the vehicle. There is a bundle of wires that come out of the door, you can see this with the door open. You need to cut open the rubber boot that protects them and look for any broken wires. This happens because this door is opened and closed the most which bends the wires back and forth until they break. As you said the regulator and motor are good and the switch is new. Repair any broken wires and replace any bad fuses. Good luck with this.
could be a fuse or a relay under the hood. It also can be the radio is shot and the master(drivers door) switch is no good. Start cheap at the fuses. If u dont have a diagram, pull them one by one. Pull and replace so u dont mess up location. Then check the relays under the hood. they should be marked. good luck
Remove the screw cap and the screw from the inside door handle and slide the
handle rearward to disengage the hook from the inner sheet metal.
Disconnect the inside door handle from the front door latch remote control
Remove the two-piece pushpins from the front door trim panel (23942).
NOTE: Use a commonly available spring loaded trim pad removing tool
with a long thin nose to prevent damage to the door trim panel. Release the
seven front door trim panel bullet nose fasteners and push inboard, then upward
to release the front door trim panel.
If equipped, disconnect the master window regulator control switch
Remove the retainer from the master window regulator control switch panel.
Pull outward on the cup retainer tabs and remove.
Remove the master window regulator control switch electrical connector from
You will have to replace your "window regulator".
Locate and remove the screws that hold yourinterior door handles in place (they may be hidden by snap in, or snap onclips). Remove the interior door handles. Your panel is held in place by snap in clips; use a small pry bar topull them from the door (try to get as close to, or directly under the clips toprevent them from tearing out of the door panel). Once the clips are pulled,pull the panel upward to remove it from the door. Once you have access to the inside of the door, you will be able to see the bolts that retain the window regulator, remove them, and replace the regulator.