I had a similar problem with the electric mirror switch. I removed the two screws in the door hand hole and remove the plastic part containing the switches for the windows, mirrors, and door locks. Turn the piece over and remove the connecting electrical plugs. Find the electric windows part and remove the four brass screws. Next use a small screwdriver to remove the switch. Look for small screws in the switch and remove them remove the bottom of the switch and see if the contacts are clean (these can be cleaned with alcohol) then replace everything in the reverse order. This worked for me with the electric mirrors switch. Cost nothing except time.
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You need to do a window reset. Its in your owners manual
This is a quote from the workshop manual
Note ? A driver side window will not fully close automatically under following the conditions: ? The battery has been disconnected during vehicle maintenance or for other reasons. ? The power window main switch connector, or driver-side power window motor connector has been disconnected. ? Carry out the following procedure to resume operation: 1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. 2. Press the driver side power window main switch and fully open the driver side window. 3. Pull up the driver side power window main switch to manual-up position to fully close the driver side window, and keep holding the switch up at the position for about 2 seconds to complete initial setting.
TWO-STEP DOWN FUNCTION OPERATIVE/NON-OPERATIVE SWITCHING PROCEDURE
Note ? By following the procedure below, the two-step down function is switched to non-operative when it is operative, and to operative when it is non-operative.
Turn the Ignition on Within 5 sec perform the auto open two times perform the auto close two times
turn the ignition off and within 40 seconds and repeat the above sequence.
BY PASS SWITCH BY RUNNING A FUSED JUMPER WIRE FROM THE BATTERY POSITIVE TERMINAL TO WINDOW MOTOR CONNECTOR, HOT SIDE, AND A NEGATIVE WIRE BACK TO BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL...IF WINDOW OPERATES....IT IS THE SWITCH
Hi, I have a 2002 Chrysler voyager (UK) which had the same problem with the drivers window. This issue went on for over 2 years, and I even bought new window runners from the US but still had issues! I have now fixed the problem. The bushes in the window motor had worn to a degree that contact got weaker until no contact was being made at all. I stripped the moter down (easier than I thought) and replaced the brushes at a cost of aroung £5 ($8), now the window is functioning better than it did when I bought at 2 years old, plus I did the same to the passanger window and that improved too. I hope this helps, if you require further info on stripping the motor and removing/replacing it please let me know. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Remove the door panel,and the wire connector for the power window motor. Check to see if power is there when pressing the window switch. Check both wires, one for up and one for down. If power is present then its your window motor, if not your switch or power source. Good luck
try this, it may or may not work. Using the window button, put the window down and continue to hold the down switch while you count to 10. Release the button. Next put the window up with the window button and continue to hold the button in the up position while you count to ten again. Then put the window down and hold the button and count to ten again. The window operates on current draw to know when it is closed. This should retrain the window to know its open and closed limits.
But once again this may not work but it is worth a try. Hope this helps.
try using the window switch on the pass side and drivers side. is the master turned on to allow the pass switch on? try closing the pass door while holding the switch in the DOWN position, sometimes this will jar the window loose. If you watch the dome light real closely while pushing the window switch down, it should dim slightly, it it does dim, then the switch is working.