I can not roll up or down any of my windows except the driver and it is the only one to lock when hit also. Any possible solutions to my problem, we are coming up on Summer and I am afraid that the driver window may eventually stop working on me in the cold.
The rear window regulators on both rear windows on my 95 Maxima wore
out and I replaced them. Its a moderately difficult job, but
definitely can be done by owner. I believe you only need a Philips screw driver and a 10 mm socket or wrench. They wear out after about ten years
(when one goes, the others will follow, unless you don't much use windows).
I got mine at NAPA for around $30. I would not bother with salvage
yard since they all wear out. This may be the problem if the motor is
working but the window seems to let go and fall down. They cannot be
fixed and will only get worse. Hope this helps.
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The power locks have absolutely nothing to do with the power windows - totally different circuits.
The FIRST thing to check is to make sure that the window lockout button on the driver's door control switch is not turned on. This will keep all of the windows from operating except the driver's window.
Other than that, there are several things that can cause a power window to not roll down. It can be a power window lift motor, a window regulator, the window switches, or any of the wiring in between. Also, you did not mention which window is not working. BOTH of the FRONT windows are equipped with Door Control Modules (DCM) which, in turn, are controlled by the Body Control Module (BCM). If it is the front window you are talking about, it will be necessary to scan your BCM for fault codes to determine the source of the problem. If it is one of the rear windows, this can be checked by regular electrical testing and a scanner should not be necessary.
it is probably the lock out switch or if your vehicle is equipped there is a child lockout switch on the door frame, open the door and look at the side of the door where the lock hits the frame and you may see a black button which locks the window control out
The Master Switch may be bad. Thats the first thing to verify good or bad. It may be a big deal to find a wiring diagram and then verify where voltage is lost. All of the window power goes to the Master Switch,(through the lock out switch) then on to each window. Except for the right front window. The diagram is confusing, it does not appear that the lockout switch turns off the RF passenger window.
It is most likely a rod has fallen off inside the door. You may have to use a coat-hanger to read down inside and pull back on door latch to open it up. Then after it is opened, remove screws on inner door panel, remove window/lock controls, take a big flat-head screwdriver and gently pry next to the plastic tabs holding on door panel. Remove door panel and put window back on track , and replace or reattach door handle rods.