All of the passenger window are not working (probably the issue started at the same time), do not roll down or up, no issues with the driver window. Driver side switch for all the passenger windows makes a...
windows (all) power windows. its a fuse. blown.
this is in the operators guide, lost?
fuses that look bad , are
fuses that look good, can be bad, (tiny cracks. ) we never assume we tests them.
and the FSM covers this, why fix cars, FSM free,?
or go to alldata.com and read that. its all there, and the full schematic for your car 50 pages. just on schem.
im looking now...for you..... tick tock tick tock ok. 30seconds
usa mode is unique as is 4 door, so i guess..
4 fuse, under dash, fuse #24,25,26,27.
the fuse box door relay is control by the DCMU.
door metrix control unit (brain)
if the relay dont click the relay is bad, or the DCMU is bad, or the inputs to the DCMU are fibbing (rules of computers apply)
if all are dead its not the door motors.
pin 10 must be 12v. at all times, even key out.
pin 3 goes to 0vdc energize the relay, if not the relay will be dead.
when you actvate any window switch this pin3 goes low.
there are 5 switches , and one called main, this switch must work
or all is dead. (really its a parent switch blocking kids)
this switch if not closing, kills the other 3 switches dead,
it holds 0v , to do that. a ground,
any switch stuck my cause the DCMU to go funky, as is with many computers, the unit might just dummy up (GIGO rules)
GIGO in computer parlance is "garbage in , nets,. garbage out)
is always possible.
keep in mind most makers dont publish the truth table. (sigh)
the brings us to the captains seat.
one trick is to unplug all non drivers (captain switch) and see if captain switch now works,
if yes, bingo on others. bad, retest to find bad one.
the drivers switch has 5 modes, and 8 wires
my book does not show the logic on these, but id bet a real FSM does.
try ON postion and test all other doors,
the try autodown, does driver window drop?
my book is weak,
but above might help.
Sep 29, 2013 |
2005 Honda Accord