The master switches for all windows on driver's side door don't all work. They used to. Sometimes they do, sometimes not. Driver's door window works fine, as does rear offside passenger. Rest are when they feel like it!
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Another toll-booth, another mile--or at least it seems as if the tollbooths come every ... The most common power window mechanism is pretty basic. ... If the driver's door switch won't open the right rear door, but the switch in the ... direct from the battery positive terminal to the positive side of the motor to see if it comes alive.
CarGurusApr 28, 2013 - Drivers side power window works only. Had a mechanic ... windowsnot working either. ... Already replaced it. all switches showing getting power but don'twork. ... Are you certain that the other three window motors are good?
The electric window could either be the fuse,switch, or window regulator motor at fault..Sometimes the window motor electric plug can vibrate loose or become loose from door slamming..Also the switch can become loose as well or contamination if you are lucky..You will have to remove door panel to inspect these components..and fuse panel..The light could be a faulty bulb..Check and replace bulb..before involving the signal indicator switch lever...If bulb is at fault go ahead and change bulbs at both rear sides..Do not try to repair signal switch because of air bag..If you can hold down on the turn signal switch and it works the switch is at fault...
Very unusual issue. Sounds as if you may have a wiring section frayed or almost broken. This usually happens in the area which flexes in the hinge area on the driver's door, as the driver's door sees the most use. I know the issue is with the passenger side window, but remember that the hot wire for that window runs first thru the driver's master switch.
I am assuming its the drivers door window you are speaking of....
The drivers door has the master window switch w/lockout. The entire assembly must be replaced. The individual switches on the drivers door can't be replaced by themselves. Some GM vehicles allow the panel with the switch assembly to be removed without removing the door panel. However, most require the door panel to be removed for access to the window switch assembly. The master door/window switch assembly is not cheap, by the way.
I would check/replace the window relay first. Usually located under the dash, or under one of the seats.
Might just be the window motor on the problem window.
"...when master switch remove, NO WINDOWS WORK" This is correct--your master switch is part of the total circuit for all the windows to operate. Assuming the other windows work on their "relative" switches (passenger switch works passenger window etc.), you can assume this; it is not a relay problem. You only have one relay--a bad one would affect all window switches. First, check your ground wires! Disconnect, clean (abrasively) and reattach) Second, use a test light (starting at the master switch terminal) to determine if and why it's not getting voltage.
There could be a lock controller somewhere that is not working. I don't have a wiring diagram for your truck.
Generally, the power window motors are grounded thru the doors, or the switches provide ground. In your case the motors are probably grounded thru the doors. The master switch "overrides" the door switch so you have extra wires that do the same thing. The E wire probably gives the door switch power and the A and C are up and down. The B and D are override circuits from the master that bypass the door switch. Sometimes the motor is grounded thru the switch then thru the door.
The window operate on a circuit breaker type fuse, fi the window are working with the other buttons then its not a power loss problem, the circuit breaker hardly ever fails, also sometimes if the master switch which is the driver door switch, fails then you may not be able to operate the other windows with the other switches but not always the case, also theres a module that controls the winows, i would remove the door switch and make sure the connection is good, these switches often go bad from getting wet,just to be on the safe side there may be a fuse for the window module if that goes theen glass will not work, theres a fuse box on the right side of the dash and then there one in the truck on the right side i would check all the fuses, they sometimes use power from another system so check all fuses, good luck,
try using the window switch on the pass side and drivers side. is the master turned on to allow the pass switch on? try closing the pass door while holding the switch in the DOWN position, sometimes this will jar the window loose. If you watch the dome light real closely while pushing the window switch down, it should dim slightly, it it does dim, then the switch is working.