Question about 2005 Chevrolet Colorado
Got in and tried to roll down and got no response
If the battery ran low, or it got cold enough the vehicle wouldn't start, its a problem with the voltage. I have had this happen 3 times now, and each time, i just let the vehicle run for awhile (took several hours total), but it always started working after that. I haven't tried hooking it up to a battery charger, but that always worked for me, not replacing the switch or motor, just letting it run.
At this time though, I could open the all 3 other windows (passenger side front and rear, and the drivers side back window) just fine from the drivers side, just the power locks and drivers side window wouldn't work.
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Posted on Dec 23, 2008
You can try rock window switch Up and Down really fast to see if it moves, also you can pound on the lower interior door panel while holding switch. If it works the first way you have a bad switch or bad connection, If it works the other way you have a bad window motor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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