Question about 1992 Pontiac Grand Am
Both windows slow/intermittant going up and down. Took passenger door apart, lubricated, etc. no improvement. Swapped switch no improvement. Cleaned body ground (next to battery) "seemed" to help driver side but passenger side still N/G. Passenger door speaker now almost dead and has static. Do not think related to my repair attempt as it started significant time after. The fact that both windows went "bad" at the same time I am thinkng ground. Car was hit over 10 years ago about 25K miles (prior to my owning) and repaired passenger side hood, front quarter. Unknown if door was hit or replaced. Is there another major grounding point I can check or something else to consider. Thanks
I had a chevy 02 blazer the driver side window did the same thing i sent it to a dealer and spent $250 for a window motor i could have done myself.maybe you need window motor
Posted on May 08, 2009
You mentioned tht the quarter panel was hit before you owned it was the door hit also
if you think bout it small breaks in the wire from the accident could have got weather in them over time and cause there connections to corrode or deteroiate let an automotive electrical shop give it a look
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