Re: Passenger window doesn't go down. Its up all the...
It's probably not the fuse. Sounds like it is the window switch. Go to a used parts dealer or a junk yard and get a new switch. The switch should just pop out or go to autozone.com and look in there online automotive repair manuals to see how to pull the switch. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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What make , model an year vehicle ? The first thing is check the fuses , are any burnt ? Newer vehicles windows are controlled by an electronic module of some kind , Door module , BCM - body control modules GM , SJB - smart junction box ford ! So the make of vehicle is very important in finding out what controls them . Do you hear the window motor running when pushing the switch ? Check for power at that windows switch . Window regulators fail as do the motor's !
I have a 1990 Mustang with power windows. When i first got the car the windows rolled up and down fine, then the passenger one started going up slower than the driver one. When i needed to fix my power locks i had them change the window motor in the passenger side. Now the passenger window rolls up faster than the driver one. The problem is the window motors.......and about the motors still running: the switches probably need to be replaced as well. I can almost guarantee this will solve your problem:)
Sounds like you have a problem with your window regulator. you need to unbolt the motor from the panel and take window off the regulator. I also have a 99 intrigue and my drivers side window did the same thing. The wire cords on the regulator where frayed and we replaced it. Found a new one of Autopartswarehouse.com for about $42 dollars with the motor.
If the lock is trying to move, like you hear it but nothing really happens, replace the door lock actuator. i believe the windows are on the same fuse. Try removing the interior door trim and tap on the window motor lightly with a small hammer while holding the switch. If the window moves, replace the motor. If not, check for power and ground at the connector. If you have power and ground (which switch when going up then down) then replace the motor. If you dont, repair the circuit.
when you pulled the f use pannel there will be a guild on the reverrse side of it that will you tell you which relay it it is i imaginge its under the hood and yes, if water get's in via moon roof it can reek havoc on the elevtrical system....Pray its a fuse/relay and not a shorted out motor relay internally on the power window motor....But check your fuse replace any that are burnt and for the p-w relay you just have to change it unless you have some one try to push the window button and you have yer ear close to the relay to hear a slight click, if you hear something and nothing happens then its a short between thee and controlls if no noise replace and go from there....Best wish's