Question about 2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
I have a new switch ordered but the window is down I have the switch out Just need to jumper the wires to go up
I had a similar problem in my old 89 Supra. The passanger side window would go down but not up. I bought a new motor but found the new motor had the same problem. After some googling I found that it could be the switch metal contact under the plastic switch. Took the plastic switch out and found the metal contact was corroded. I took some fine sand paper and sanded the contact down and Violla! the window started working again. In my case it wasn't the motor just a dirty switch.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
Get a long wire and connect to ur battery one to the + and the to the negitive take the other ends to the switch. area. now if u look at where the wires go u should see two wires going to the motor window, on switch harness theres ports where u put wires to if it doesnt go up switch wires around and should do the trick
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
Use a paper clip one way it will go down and the other way it will go up
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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