Driver window would not go up. All other windows work.
Checked all of the fuses and none blown. The electric lock works ok. The electric rear view mirros do not move at all. The switch for the driver side window seems loose (wear and tear due to lots of use).
How can I figure out if it is the motor or the switch?
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Have to remove door panel and check motor by by passing switch, many of the motors have a thermal switch on them and over time they tend to get a bad connection. I have been able to in many case hit the door panel hard right over the regulator and they would start working, I doubt it is a fuse so if the motor checks good it pretty much would have to be the switch, at least that is how I would do it..Merry Christmas and Happy new year
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first check power window fuse not to be blown, if its ok check the relay if its all ok and the wire harreness, go and check check that the driver master switch is working if its go and check the window lock switch to make the passenger side windows function.
If the driver window works, the 30A PWR WDO CB and the 10A DRVMDL fuse in the rear fuse block must be OK. The passenger window gets power from the 10A PASS MDL fuse and that should be checked. The rear windows get power from the 10A RRDR MDL fuse and that, too, should be checked. The same circuit breaker and fuses protect the door locks so replacement of the burned out fuses should clear up your problem
The first thing to do would be to hook up a factory or professional type scan tool an check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's . This vehicle has very complex electronic's. Serial data communication network,class2 data bus . There are electronic modules inside the door's that control the lock's ,power window's , power mirror's . Your best bet ,take it to a qualified repair shop . Not a fuse problem , driver an passenger door module each have thier own power supply. Two circuit breakers ,PWR/WDO circuit breaker 30 amp. You could check DRVMDL 10amp fuse ,located in the rear fuse box , PASSMDL 10amp fuse rear fuse box , RRDR/MDL 10 amp fuse rear fuse box . Rear fuse box is under the back seat . None of the window's , lock's etc.. work from any door switch ?
First, check all fuses to make sure that none are blown.
If the door lock switch works on the passenger side, then the drivers side door lock switch is probably faulty. Use a multi-meter to test the Drivers Side Door Lock Switch (Black and Pink/Light Green wires unlock the vehicle, and the Black and Pink/Yellow wires lock the vehicle) If the switch is tested and found to be operating properly, you may have a faulty Body Security Module or Drivers Side Door Lock Actuator.
If neither of your Power Mirrors are working, you probably have a faulty Exterior Rear View Mirror Switch, Power Mirror Module, or blown Central Junction Box Fuse.
If none of your Power Windows are working, you probably have a faulty Accessory Delay Relay or a blown fuse in your Central Junction Box or a faulty Master Window Adjust Switch (all of the Power Window Switches feed through this Master Window Switch). If the Power Windows didn't stop working at the same time, you may have faulty Window Adjust Switches, or faulty Power Window Motors, this is very unlikely though. It would also be a good idea to inspect the wiring for any obvious damage.
I have exact same problem. I checked my fuses and even pulled the door panel off and checked the wire clip and I can't find the problem If you find the out what's up with it will you e mail me? firstname.lastname@example.org
Its very unlikely that all windows would stop at once. Check the fuses all of them. If the problem is not a blown fuse. Then remove one door panel, remove a window motor, remove the plate and check the three plastic plugs in the motor. If this is ok, then remove and check one of the window regulators. To remove the window regulator, first you have to tap out the rivits, then using 1/4 inch drill bit drill out the aluminum. You replace these with 1/4 " bolts and locking nuts.
this is not a fuse blown you have something else like broken wires at the driver door the jumping wires from the door to the body take the boot out the cover to see the wire harness you will find one or two wires are broken reconnect and everything should go back to normal