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Re: window won"t roll up
Try spraying some silicone spray down the edges where felt is, and use lots so it runs down all the way if you can. Hopefully mechanism isn't broke, and things are just dry & gummed up. Try to have someone push the button while you try your best to grab window & pull up at same time.
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If you can hear the motor when you try to operate the window then it'll be a problem with your window regulator (the mechanism that moves the window up an down), if you can't hear the motor then It's more likely to be a fault with the motor as you said it wouldn't work with the central locking. This means your car has a total closure system, ie you press a button and all windows and sunroof close. These systems are usually seperate wiring from the switched circuit used to operate the windows from inside the car, so, if the windows don't work on either circuit then the one thing they do have in common is the motor.
If you can move the window up and down with your hand then you need to replace the power window regulator. If you try to roll the window down and you dont hear the motor running you need to replace the motor as well. Its an easy job it just takes a lil bit. Good luck!
well windows are usually pretty simple. It could be the window switch, the regulator bound up, or the motor itself went out. try jiggling the switch, actuate the switch over and over..see if you get any movement. sometimes smacking the side panel will jolt the motor. If that doesn't work i usually take off the door panel, try supplying the motor power, if that works that tells me the switch is bad. if the motor doesnt do anything even with 12volts supplied, then that tells us the motor is bad. if you hear the motor work but its grinding and nothing happens, the regulator is bad. Let me know if you have questions, i can help you further
Its unusual for both doors to fail at the same time, but not impossible. Since you say the lights dim and you can hear noise in the doors we will assume the motors have voltage and ground. You would need to remove the motors from the regulators to see if the motors are faulty or if the problem is with the regulators or tracks.
you have to replace the window regulator reason why is because the cable ripped which would cause the motor to work without moving the window up or down .. regulator is the cable and the rails were the motor makes the woindow move up and down on. you have to replace it.