Question about 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier
The driver side window wont roll down and up and the horn wont blow.
You didn't say if you had manual or electric windows. First stop is the fuse box to insure you don't have one or more blown fuses. If that is not the case, then you need to check the circuit at your horn with a voltage meter. If you have current, then you need to replace the horn. If you don't, then I would inspect the wiring and the relay.
If a fuse is not the culprit for your window, then you need to take the door apart and check the current from the switch to the motor, if you have current when you flip the switch, you may have a dead motor. If you don't have current, then you need to check the fuse again and insure you checked the correct one or it may be a faulty switch. If the switch isn't faulty and you get current to the motor, then the motor may be bad.
If all of the window electronics check out, then it may be a mechanical problem with the window regulator
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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