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Power window on left driver side does not work. where do I start?

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Remove door panel. You will see door regulator AND MOTOR. rEMOVE DOOR REGULATOR BY USING A PUNCH AND PUNCH OUT THE RIVETS, USING 1/4 drill drill out the aluminum holding the regulator. Obtain 1/4 inch screws and bolts to bolt the regulator in, remove the motor, there will be three star screws holding the motor in place, these must be removed. The motor has one screw holding three plugs in the motor remove this, remove the plugs and replace with ball bearings. Pack the motor with wheel grease.

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1st test the switch for the window, if that checks ok then replace the window lift motor.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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SOURCE: left side driver power window doesn't work, right

since the drivers side window gets used the most , the window mtr has worn out..hold the window switch and give a sharp hit with your hand to see if the window will temporarly operate...let me know if that helps

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The other item could be the driver's side switch, the contacts will get carbon built up on them, and the windows will not operate anymore.
This is what mine looked like when the driver's side window stopped working ( lower left hand corner of the picture is the driver's side window switch, note the carbon build up on the contacts )
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