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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
was regulator bad? did it work from drivers side switch before you did regulator repair?..if so passenger side switch wiring has issue and is not sending signal through it back to the drivers side master switches.. otherwise you need to pin test for power up power down on drivers side switch and repair that if issue going to the window on passenger side.. (possible pinched at door jam area common)
Not a fuse,Most likely a grounding issue with the switch or maybe switch needs replaced. This is a common problem with power windows and 9 times out of 10 it is in the one on the drivers side even though its the passenger window giving the problem...driver side controls all power supply....may be loose connection. Check that first...hope this helps and if so Please leave a rating on this post..
Well, the short answer is no. The lights and windows are are different fuses. There's a slight chance you have a problem with a ground wire on that side, but I doubt the two problems are related. I would check the light for power and ground, and look at the window switches for power and ground. The windows are powered thru the driver switch on most cars.
The problem may be in the wiring which if you pull up the carpet on the front passenger side by
removing the door floor trim and lifting the carpet you will see the
wiring underneath. Probably laying in water or has been. Look for splices in the
wiring which will have corroded. Repair the wiring then check the fuse. Another problem may be in the motor found inside the door.
The brushes may have worn out. If so you need to replace the motor.
Ususally the drivers side will fail first since it is the most used.