I have a 1995 Isuzu Trooper and with about 190K miles on it. The power windows have stopped working. How do I diagnose this problem? Is there a relay switch? I read online somewhere that it is possible to reset this but not sure where to start. Any advice on diagnosing this problem would be greatly appreciated
Re: 1995 Isuzu Trooper--Power Windows wont roll down
Check the circuit breaker in the fuse panel on the driver side kick panel. It is a small brown push button directly above the replaceable fuses. My girlfriend has the same year trooper and this has happened to her in the past. I found the breaker and it took care of the issue.
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the cars come with many diff. engines. and EFI systems that match it.
so cant help you.
but ill answer in pure physics.
1: lost DC 12v power to the EFI system causing spark and fuel losses.
2: lost engine compression. 1 or more cylinders.
3: lost spark or never doing a full tuneup every 60k at least.
4: bad fueling, too much or too little.
what do do is a few simple tools to discover the truth.
Disable the window lock switch. Unless you can't roll them down from the driver's switch either: in that case you're probably dealing with a faulty master control switch in the driver's door - all the other switches for the windows and locks go through it.
If you can here the motor running to lower the window, then the mount has broke, you can take the door panel apart a get to the mount. I took one to my local window shop and they had a similar one. mount it to the window with 3m window sealer it cost about $14 a tube at a auto parts store but it works, the cheaper stuff eventually lets go.
First check your fuse panel. Other than that...Perhaps moisture has gotten in the door panel and messed with the connection. I would take the panel off and investigate..make sure everything is plugged in.