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Re: Power Windows Diagram????
Usually on that model of car, The switch is bad, and need to replace the switch. Get a jumper wire and by pass the switch. Also need to get a cam of silicone spray, and spary the window tracks. This will free the window up so that it will not put a strain on the switch. This will also burn the switch & motor up.
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ever seen a voltmeter. for $10 at walfart. end guessing
discover volts. put volts in you life.
the battery is 12.6vdc charged, is it ?(rested volts)
do you get 12vdc to the motor, active.?????
i bet not. ! i bet like 6v based on "extra power, statment" Hot wired is the correct word. hot wired. all motors can be tested hot wired.
and the point of voltage drop is BAD> (resistive)
its that easy.
at the low voltage of the motor, pins, backup on the wire
point by point and when it goes to 12v active , 1inch from here, is bad wire, connector or switch,.
its RESISTIVE> and bad.
this is called voltage drop testing, google that for zillion hits
I would check to see if the harness that comes to the master switch is powered. Make sure the ignition is on or vehicle running and check to see if you get voltage reading with multimeter. If no reading then you need the wiring diagram to see where that harness should be fed.
Window regulator is bad in the drivers door . Do you know what a regulator is ? The Trainer 24 Power Window Troubleshooting Do you know anything about automotive electrical testing ? How to read an use a wiring diagram ? Do you know there are two side to a electrical circuit ? B+ voltage an a ground side . Plus there is electronic control modules and class 2 serial data network involved . When you push the switch for a window othen then drivers window on the drivers door . a class 2 message is sent to the other doors modules . The correct module will then open it's window . http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Check out free wiring diagram here .Enter vehicle info . year , make , model and engine size. Under system click on body & accessories , subsystem click power windows . Click search button , then click each link one at a time .
you most likely have a power/ground/switch issue in the drivers door. the power for the other three doors must first travel through the switches in the driver door before it goes to the passengers. hence the reason why when somebody rolls down a passenger window and you push the up button on the driver door the window stops moving. the wires can break inside the rubber boot in the door jam. you can also have an internal problem with the driver door switch unit. you would need a wiring diagram to diagnose this concern.
either it is misaligned ... the trim is gummed up ... or most likely the switches and or the harnesses to them or any of the 5 or so other connectors and 40 feet of wire between them has corroded loose or burn't terminals. A very common problem, that very few people can correct (even many mechanics) .... A voltage check would be in order at the switches (9V to 14.5V and reverses polarity depending on direction the switch is switched) and or at the motor (it could be any of those things as they all form a loop through all the wires and all switches when you operate the windows) ... it's a bit complicated for most to find or diagnose ... an automobile electric specialist would be your best bet .... unless you know your stuff and have multimeters, schematics and such.
It is rare that the power window relay will fail. Personally, I would look to see if there is power at the master switch on the driver's door. Anywhere. If the is NO POWER, you have a broken wire between the door & the LF kick panel where the wires come thru the body into the door shell. If there is power, the master switch is narmally the culprit
Your power feed to the window switch panel is a big wire loom that goes through the driver door. Check the connection at the door jamb. I've seen the plug slowly come apart just from the door opening and closing. You should have a power window fuse at the fuse block under the dash as well. The power to all the windows goes to the main switch at the driver door first then goes to the rest of the windows. Hope this helps.