Question about Chevrolet Blazer
You can put a meter in your battery and monitor the voltage as you use your power window. if the voltage drops by 2 volts, then there is problem with your regulator, or alternator.
but if it would just drop a little voltage, then the problem could be the window mechanism. it si the motor who is just having a hard time to raise the window. check the voltage going to the motor while using it. see if it is near 12 volts.
if it is, then the problem is the load. may just need a good lubrication.
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