Question about 2009 Hyundai Elantra
Voltage on the plug to the power window motor read +/- 12 VDC when the switch is active. Purchased a new motor with and still have the same problem. With the window motor un-attached from the door and window assembly, but attached to the normal wiring, the motor will activate in one direction but not the other. Not sure what else to test: 1) Voltage going to the motor is correct 2) motor still only moves one direction when not attached to the rest of the gears (not caused by the window being off track or bound) 3) same symptoms with a new motor What other questions does this bring to mind? Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power windows
Remove the front door trim panel.
2. Disconnect the 2P connector from the motor.
Connect the motor terminals directly to battery voltage (12V) and check that the motor operates smoothly.
Next, reverse the polarity and check that the motor operates smoothly in the reverse direction.
If the operation is abnormal, replace the motor.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
don't know why but the glue gets weak where the plastic pieces attach to the bottom of the window.i've had to fix mine more than once.remove the door panel,then take the nuts lose from the back of the plastic retainers,then-going by the residue left from the old glue mark where the retainers go back-re glue,realine and reinstall.panel removal-philips screw holding the door handle,1 philips screw holding armrest/window controls,two philips screws at front of panel above speaker,then gently pry clips behind the edges of the panel.if the plastic window retainers are beyond repair,i think they have them in the help section of advance/autozone.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
It was very srange, but all the contacts inside the switches of the main power window console (mounted in driver's door) were covered with soot.
I have disassembled the switch and cleaned the contacts. All functions well now.
The problem occured on a car that is used very rarely, that was most probably the reason of the sudden failure of the system.
Replacement of the main power windows switch would do the same but I have saved the expense this time. Hope the repair will last until I will sell the car.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
you dont have to take the trrim off on this car look at the outline of the switch open from rear and pull forward then you can change the window switch/ Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
my wifes 2003 tiburon has the same problem... passenger side window has a hard time going up or down when it feels like working at all. it is the motor because i tested the for power and their is... if your a "hands on" person, you can try and change it yourself but be advised its very tricky... seperating the motor from the regulator... cable may come apart and be impossible to reconnect... its easier to take apart the motor when the windows down... and their should be 7 10mm nuts holding the motor.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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