Question about Nissan Frontier
My 2005 nissan frontier driver side window it not goin up or down easily u have to press the button and hit the panel for it to go down and hit the panel and pull up the window and button for it to come up yet it is very stiff
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If neither switch works it is a bad connection at the motor or bad ground or a bad motor. Remove the door panel unplug the motor push the switch and see if there is 12volts on the wires if there is the motor is bad There are small brushes in the motor that go bad tap on the motor while pushing the switch if it works that way replace it
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
The switches in Subarus are made by Nissan believe it or not. They are not interchangeable. Anyway, I suspect you have a bad window switch. You can pickup the whole bank of swiches or replace just the one. Do a search on ebay for your part.
Has this car had body damage on the driver's door? You could have a cut wire inside the door.
Posted on May 07, 2009
Have you checked the window regulator. (electric window motor). I seems a comon problem for the plastic to break at the bottom where the wire which pulls the glass up and down. The motor will still sound (clunk) if you use the window switch but will not lift the window.
Remove the trim off the door.
Undo the bolts holding the glass into the plastic at the bottom of the window and carefully remove the glass.
Unbolt and remove the sliding piece that holds the glass.
You should find the broken plastic at the bottom.
Replace and reinstall. Aftermarket parts are available at a fraction of the cost of buying new nissan parts. Second hand parts are available but costly.
Posted on May 21, 2009
Master switch failures are common - especially when they have the "Auto Down" feature. Ford started this in the late production 2002 models - your may or may not have this..Motor failures are also common. You can test the circuit very easilly using a simple test light and a couple of jumper wires. Pull the master switch up out of the door. (Be careful not to break the snap-clip mounts)
The Light Blue/Black wire is your main battery feed into the switch. This should be hot any time the ignition switch is on.
The solid Black wire is your main ground.
The White/Black and the Tan/Light blue wires go to the driver's window motor. If you check these wires with your test light, one should be hot and the other should be ground when you operate the switch. In one direction (Up or Down) The White/Black wire will be hot and the Tan/Light blue wire will be ground. When you operate the switch in the other direction, the Tan/Light Blue wire will be hot and the White/Black wire will be ground. If it does not work like this, replace the master switch (Make sure you test for both power and ground in each direction...you can test for power by connecting your test light to the Black wire and you can test for ground by connecting your test light to the Light Blue/Black wire)
If the switch is operating as described above, replace the window motor.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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