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1994 Honda Accord LX Rear Window

Left RR+right RR will not go up..checked the fuses, its okay any suggestions

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  • coondawgs Jan 13, 2009

    My rear window on the driver's side will not move up or down. I've also checked the fuses and they are fine. I would like to fix this myself. Do I need a new motor? A new regulator? Both? And where might I find information on how to fix it?

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First if you want to attempt to repair of locate problem purchase repair manual ex:haynes or chiltons then get a multi meter with dc volts settings and impedance settings and a light tester then follow troubleshooting section and electrical system section this isnt the easiest find or repair it can be very fraustrating but Ill do my best:
first locate relays in electrical system section of repair manual test to see when switch is engaged either up or down that there is power coming from relay use schematic in electrical section to determine colors if there is move on
then remove power windows switch using multitester or light tester to see if theres power coming into and from switch in up or down position use electrical schematic in book to determine appropriate color wires
if no power coming to switch you have a wiring problem from relay to switch and the hunt begins looking for damaged wire or ground
then if there is power to and from switch move to regulator and make sure theres power coming in to it when switch is engaged if so your regulator is knackerd replace it if not find damage wire ground or break
if regulator is working and window is off track repair it using either winshield and window sealant/ adhesive or new clips and anchors
for parts see either dealer or these guys most of these parts arent readily available from regualr parts stores but you may get lucky
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