Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Neither the driver's side or passenger's side switch seem to work and I don't hear any clicking or noice from the regulator when I push the switch. The window is in the up/closed position. Does anyone know if the switches are wired inline to where if one switch is bad, then the other won't work either? Is there a separate fuse or reset for each window or is it most likely a bad regulator? Thanks!
Not 100% on yours whether all separate fuse or just one main, but it should be marked in fuse panel, or underside of cover, and check power distribution box under hood normally close to battery for fuse also.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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