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What is causing my drivers side window to go down randomly by itself on my 2005 Nissan Maxima

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You will need to open the flex boot with the wires inside. Open the door and you will see it between the hinges. generally you will need to cut it to gain access to the many wires inside. look for wires that are bare, isolate and wrap them with several layers of electrical tape. If one of the el. windows quits, then you would be looking for a broken wire, usually here also.

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Hi lynn on the driver side when you open the door the wire pass in the middle of the door the isolation on the wire broken and touch together

Posted on Apr 07, 2015

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