My subaru impreza 1994 wrx wagon drivers side window fault
Hello, the easiest way to find the relay is to look in your owners manual, but if you don't have one you can look in the under hood fuse/relay junction box which is under an oddly shaped black lid with 2 locking squeeze clips on it's sides. This box is on the drivers' side next to the shock tower, battery, and washer reservoir. Everyone knows that blinkers make a clicking sound... well, that's just a bigger version of what you'll be looking for. Relays make little clicking sounds and you can feel them as well if your touching one while it's being activated. It's still kind of hard to pinpoint which one is clicking so removing them one at a time is key. So, have someone in the car making the window in question operate again and again, while you are feeling which relay is clicking. If you pull out a relay and the window stops working even after cycling the ignition you'll know you found the one, then just pull another relay from another system, like foglamps(if equipped), or some other system thats not as important as a fuel pump, and stick it in the window relay spot to see if the window works full time now. If so, then just get another relay at any part store and your done. I hope this info helps...(subyguru)...
Mar 30, 2010 |
2005 Subaru Impreza