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Re: all electric windows will power down but not back up?
I would say its the switch ,is it the same from all switch's ? the fuse is USUALLY for up and down ,BUT, they may be seperate, as you say wont all go bad at the same time so have a look at fusebox the lid will have a list of the fuse functions
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Either you have a fuse or circuit breaker problem, a bad master window switch or a broken window regulator. There is another way I seen somewhere that you can try and that is take off your battery cables, then touch them together (resets the electric system) after you do this wait for about 20 mins, go and put the cables back on IN THIS order: re-install positive terminal followed by negative terminal to battery. Be sure to remove any jewelry you have on and wear eye protection and gloves for your safety.
If it is a manual type window you could have a handle that is stripped out or a bad window regulator. If it's an electric window your motor could be bad. Either way you will have to remove the interior trim panel to access the motor or regulator assembly to inspect them. Also if it's electric make sure to check all your fuses to ensure they are good. Once the door panel is removed if it's electric check for power at your motor if you do have power make with the switch placed in both up and down position the your motor is bad. Inspect the regulator also for damage. If you do not have power at your motor and your fuses are all good then you will have to check your circuit for problems which could include a bad switch, relay or wiring. Hope that helps, gl.
i have an 03 g35 coupe and my driver's window just doesnt go back up! i tried looking for a fuse for the power window but couldnt find it and my passenger window works just fine! what possibly solutions do i have?
so your front power windowsare not responding.But when electric windows stop
working where do you look? The window is controlled by four main parts; the window
motor, the window regulator, the part that holds the window and the control switch.
When you move the switch one way or the other, an electrical current is sent to
the window motor forcing the window to go up or down depending on the direction
of the switch. Most window control systems are powered by a thermo fuse. A thermo
fuse will cut power to the window circuit if too much electrical draw is being used.
This serves as a safety device and helps keep the wiring from overloading due to
over usage. Always wear protective safety goggles and gloves before work begins.
(Warning: some electric window regulators are equipped with
a helper spring that can have tension, use caution when disassembling) for a easy to understand photo session on this service please visit our website www.2carpros.com/how_to/power_window.htm
9 times out of 10 when windows won't roll up or down it is the switch. It is probably just dirty or broke. pop it out of there open it up and check it out. Don't be afraid to do it yourself. if it isn't your switch than try replacing motor/regulator. I am pretty sure it is easiest to get them together. just be careful not to bend the regulator arms!!!!!!
You need to take the door cover off, then pull the plastic away till you can see the rivets. Drill the rivets out. As the window slides down , you need to take the two bolts that hold the window to the regulator off, ther is a slot open in the door frame for this. Then pull the motor and regulator out thru the big hole in the frame. Drill the rivets out on the motor , so u can reuse the regulator. You can either use nuts and bolts or rivets to put the motor and regulator back together. But when u put the motor back in the door, unless u have access to a body shot, using bolts to mount it to the door frame is best
First check the power window fuse, 1. Remove the door panel for the affected window. 2. Locate
and remove the bolts holding the regulator to the door; it is likely
you will have to manually lower the window in order to access the bolts. 3.
Remove the old regulator, disconnect all wiring and check the wiring , replace the old
regulator with a new one if defective. 4. Tighten the bolts holding the new
regulator and reinstall the moisture barrier. Make sure all the wires
are put back in the door before closing the door panel. 5. Engage the power window switch and the new regulator should work unimpeded.