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Re: The key switch on my 1990 Suburban tailgate window...
Remove the back panel on the rear tailgate, should be some screws then pop off. From there you will be able to see the switch and see if you can operate it manually by using a screw driver and hitting the switch if not then replace it. Located next to the key lock
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disconnect battery reconect after 5 mins on reconnection rear window
will go down , use key in rear lock to reset rear window, door lock
should now work, if not try rear door relays behind left hand rear
sorry to tell you but the rubber4 in the tail gate motor gear always packs it in the covers need to be removede and motor replaced ,actually if i remember correctly i think the left rear window motor will fitt straight in
you could run a 3 way switch of some kind. but i would try looking in the access panel and finding the safety switch either right on the bottom of the handle or the drivers side tailgate latch. they are known to go bad.you can replace it but i pulled mine out and jumped it with a piece of wire works fine now
Try pushing on the top of the tailgate above the keyhole while turning the key and try it a few times. You may need a friend to really push on it while you turn the key. This was my problem until I put new I believe" Strike bars" that the latch goes around in both my front doors and tailgate. Now I dont have to push on it for key to work, but I still need a new switch. Give it a shot before anything else.