You may have a grounding problem. Check for constant voltage to reverse lights, at their light sockets, with an alternate ground wire. If you're getting sporatic voltage check the neutral safety switch. If no voltage to the lights check wiring/fuses.
The window motors on these cars are weak and wear out quicker then they should! I've had to replace every window motor on my 2004 Cavalier over the past years.
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CarGurusOct 9, 2012 - Power Windows not working - I have a 2006 Honda Accord and thepassenger and back power windows quit working all at once. ... My key less entry doesn't work either after I replaced the master Window control unit. 6 out of ...
You can't put up the front passenger window with it's own switch ? Did you check the POWER WINDOW RELAY in the instrument panel fuse / relay box ? An you checked POWER fuse 30amp same fuse box ? All window switches have direct power from power window relay !
Fuse Block - Instrument Panel
Left of the Steering Column, behind the storage Compartment
Sunroof Switch Assembly, Window Switch - Left Front, Window Switch - Left Rear, Window Switch - Right Front, Window Switch - Right Rear
Remove the switch panel and check to see there is 12V power there.. If there is Push the switch and see if the power comes out of it to drive the motor, if the power is not present check the wire back looking for the short.. usually if the power is missing none of the windows will work. look where the wires come out the door post to the door. look at fuses, If there is power and it does not come through the switch when you push the switch. the switch might be bad. in which case jump the switch to roll window up and buy a new switch (rock auto.com) if you apply 12v power and the window still will not go up.. you will need to replace the motor. not a hard job. you must remove door panel and remove regulator and motor and replace and reinstall. either junk yard part, craigslist part or new at Rock auto.. Post a comment and let us know what happens.
How about when the radio is on & the key is off or in your hand,if you open either front door does the radio go off & do you lose the delayed window feature assuming you have that If so you problem is a delayed accy relay Next would be the front door switches I will give you credit for what you tried but fail to see why you would switch motor from door to door,they work powered directly or they don't I would think your battery would have gone dead by now if the relay failed to time out or go to sleep
It sounds like the front window has a bad window switch. Removing the switch panel is usually not that difficult. Look for a pry slot usually located at the back of the panel. Insert a small flat blade screwdriver and pry up on the panel. The switch panel should come out of the door panel. Next, locate the wiring harness for that switch. The switch panel can be tested as follows : 1. Connect a test light to one side of the harness and operate the window. 2. Do the same thing for the other side of the harness. If the light comes on in one direction but not in the other, then the most likely cause is a faulty switch panel. Perform the same procedure for the rear window. If it lights in both directions, then the most likely cause is a bad window motor. If that is what it appears to be, then I can tell you how to test the window motor before replacing. Just give me a response back if you need to. I hope this information has been helpful and thank you for using Fixya.com.
You will need to remove your interior trim panel and check your window regulator for damage and for power going to your window motor. If your regulator is ok and you have power going to the motor then you have a bad window motor. If there is no power at the motor then you will need to check the circuit for the problem ie. blown fuses, broken wiring, bad switch. It is very commen for the motors to go bad. Good luck.