Question about 1994 Buick LeSabre
WINDOWS ARE STUCK ONE CLOSED THE PASSENGER WINDOW IS STUCK HALF WAY DOWN NEED HELP IT IS RAINING
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power window front passenger
I had the same problem on my 1992 lesabre. The solution is to test the window motor itself with an external 12 volt power supply ( I used the car battery and some jumper cable w/ 2 screw drivers - not recommended for amatures! LOL) First remove the door panel which is difficult but you'll figure it out if you are qualiifed to repair your window yourself. Then test the window moptor if it functions (in both directions) THEN IT IS THE WINDOW SWITCH, A FUSE OR A RELAY. If the moter does not function then replace the motor
You can get a new window motor on ebay or at your local junk yard or (god forbid) the dealership
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
The first thing that I would do is check for electricty at the motors them sel and work your way back.If there is elec. at the window motor it's self susspect a motor problem.Remove the motor to see if it spins (but it dosen't me its good it could be week)next check for binding in the window mecanism.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
In my case, the wire in the driver's side door joint had broken completely apart. It was only working sporadically until the wire came completely apart. I cut open the plastic covering on the wire harness with scissors, and sure enough there was the broken wire. Reason it affected both windows was apparently the way it comes from power source. Since it's a rather thick wire, the motion of opening and closing the door over years of use broke the wire. I did a simple strip and crimp and all is good now. Just that simple!
Apparently this commonly happens, as per advice from an experienced mechanic.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Tips for a great answer:
Before you replace anything, inspect the connector pins in both the driver's door switch and the passenger door switch. If you don't find any problem with these connector pins, replace the driver's door control switch.
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