My driver front window doesn't go up or down I 've taken the door panel off to see the problem and I find a loose wire cable at the bottom of the door ? I don't know where it goes or how to put it on ?
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Use a test light and check if getting power on that hot wire at the connection to motor. Check it back to the fuse panel by holding the down button if window up and vice-versa. Since motor was replaced, You know it's good but no power to it. It's got to be a broken wire or unplugged somewhere. Find that spot with a test light. ALL you can do is test it till you find that broken spot.
The most likely reason is a blown or loose fuse. Hondas also use a special controller on the driver's window control panel, and these controllers are notorious for burning out. As always, after confirming that the fuse is good, the best way to start is to get out your volt meter or test light and make sure you have voltage at the window control panel. From there, you trace back to find a broken wire between the door and the fuse panel or trace forward through the switch.
Well this is the reason why tow truck drivers are supposed to open a vehicle from the passenger side. Because sometimes when you put a tool in the door you might snag a wire and pull it loose from the connection. If this happened on the drivers side it would make it a lot more difficult to get in and out of your vehicle.
Now if the company that did this is local take it back to them and they will take off the door panel and fix the issue. If this was done under a roadside assistance policy and you have difficulties with the tow company then just get hold of your roadside assistance company and handle it through customer assistance.
they hold the company's purse string and it will get taken care of.
Hope you find this helpful.
Hopefully this happened recently because nobody like to have someone come back a year after it happened asking for something to be fixed.
On the inside trim, you can remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge. Pull back the weather seal. It sounds like the guide rails may be loose and snagging the window. Or your regulator may be broken (not likely)
The door panel is held on by plastic clips.. first check behind the door handle and see if there are bolts or screws there. then start on the bottom and pry the panel loose starting on bottom of panel and then going up the sides with a flat blade screw driver. once you have gotten sides and bottom loose pickup on the door panel to release it from the window ledge this is how the top is held in place.. holler if you need more info .. Jerry
Pull off door panel speaker and switches. lower the window to where you see the two or four 10millimeter that connect scissor mechanism to the window. Prop window all the way up and put a door stopper to prevent the window from falling down. Unbolt window motor, unplug window motor, and unbolt eveything else in the door. Pull it all down and out through the bottom largest whole, lay flat on ground the entire indoor mechanism, out where you can see it on the floor. Take a pic with camera, and proceed to swapping regulator, intallation is same as removal. Good Luck