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Back windows wont roll down on 2001 pt cruiser

Front windows work but back windows wont work what could be the problem

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The first thing to check is if this car has a rear window lock button as a child safety feature. These buttons are usually located somewhere on the driver's door. Sometimes you push them by mistake and then you think your windows aren't working.

The second think to check is the fuse box. Check your owner's manual for the exact location. There should also be a fuse box diagram. It's possible the the rear windows are on a separate fuse and all you'll need to do to is replace it. If it is a fuse make sure your replacement is rated at the same number of amps as the original.

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Front windows don't roll down


Yes, the power window switch is often faulty, because there is some sensitive electronic making that "auto rolled down".
The 4x-switch is quite expensive, 260EUR =(
So, I make some new connection. The faulty electronic is only for front windows, so now I connect wires so that I can use front windows with read window switch.
(Rear windows is still working by those 2xback window switch) which is located between seats.

Here is the conncection, at one's own risk.

That 4x-window switch has 14-pins connector:
Connect the back windows wires 8(blue/white), 9(red/black), 1 (grey/blac ), 2 t(green/white) to the ground wire 4 (black).

Front windows wires
14(blue)->8
13(white)->9
3(white/violet)->2
7(black/blue)->1

If the manufacturer didn't use that "auto rolled down" function, there is no worries of power windows.

Also illumination of 4x-switch goes down quite soon, leds will be better. Here is a photo if you like replace bulbs to leds:
http://www.ptcruiser.fi/ptgalleria/albums/userpics/10010/normal_PT-Cruiser%20Power%20Window%

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