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97 honda crv driver side window will not work.

I changed the window motor,the master switch,and the relay.Fuses are good.The other windows all work. I shook the wiring in the door jam,nothing helps. Is there anything I am missing or need to do?

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  • Loughry Apr 24, 2009

    Driver side window will not go up or down. I can hear the motor going when I push down on the window switch. About last summer it would go up and down really slow, after the winter it just wouldn't move. Like I said, I can hear the motor trying to "catch" the window or whatever, but the window does not move. The back windows are fine and the passenger window may be moving a little slower than it normally should, but not enough to notice a big difference.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    driver side window came off track how to put back on?

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Buy one of those neadle testers and make sure you have juice at the switch .. with the key on .. if so then try on the other side of the switch and see if its going through the switch .. if so its the motor .. again ?? test it all the way back to motor you will soon find what is wrong.. jerry holler if you need more.

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