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Driver window won't go back up on my 95 wrx all others work, need a solution! Cheers guys :) the video cut out so it's all I've got!
It could be a posibility of things it could be a loose wire in the door or it could be the motor being to weak to pick the window all the way back up. to fix it you have to take off the door panle and check all the wires if they seem fine without brakes in the wire then its the motor try rooling up the window and see wht the motor does. if it does anything at all then it could be the track the window sits in
Posted on May 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would rather believe that your problem is not in the switch, but in the mechanism itself. In any case the door panel must be removed to diagnose this problem.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
SOURCE: Power window on driver's side
the only way to answer that is to pull the inner door panel off and jump 12V right to the regulator motor. If it runs, then it is the switch, if not then you need a new regulator. The regulator however has a moving part, being the motor. moving parts wear out faster. And 10 years is about the lifespan of a window motor, and the driver's door gets the most use so it usually dies first. So the default setting is to do the regulator.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
Is it making any noise at all when you push the button? If it is making noises, then you probably have a broken window regulator. If is is not doing ANYTHING, then you probably have a bad switch or a bad window motor.
You can find out which it is by popping the switch out of the door and checking for power and ground at the switch connector. (back-probe the connector with it still connected to the switch)
The circuits to the driver's door motor are Connector C2 - DARK BLUE Pin "A" and BROWN Pin "E" (C2 is the Long, 8-pin connector)
BOTH of these wires shouldbe GROUND when the switch is in the NEUTRAL position. Then with the ignition switch ON, the BROWN wire will switch from GROUND to POWER when the switch is pushed "DOWN". The DARK BLUE wire will do the same when the switch is pushed "UP".
If these are not doing as described, replace the switch. If they are switching properly, then you need to check for power and ground at the motor connector. - chances are it needs a motor, but you need to check the power and ground just to make sure you do not have a broken wire between the switch and the motor.
Posted on Sep 21, 2011
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