Question about 2000 Buick Century
The rear power windows would not return to the raised position. We manually returned the windows to the raised position and disconnected them about 6 months ago. Last week the drivers side window lowered either by an accidental touch or without a touch at all and continued to slowly lower without touch. The motor by sound was working but it did not raise the window. Upon inspection it is not holding in the raised position. It has been rigged up with a brace holding the window in a raised position. ANY IDEAS on how to repair this problem?
Your need to replace the window door motor and regulators. I have had this same problem in my Buick with 3 of the door motors with regulators having to be replaced. The Buci dealership wanted $450 to fix them. But I bought them at Oreilley Auto Parts for $150 and it comes with a lifetime warranty which I like in case it happens again.Then I got a mechanic on the side to put it in for $50. So I saved some money.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Replace the window regulators.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sep 18, 2015 | 2000 Buick Century
Front Passenger window switch
Left Rear window switch
Right Rear window switch
Window regulator motors in each of the doors
PWR WINDOWS PWR SUNROOF Circuit Breaker 30A
When the ignition switch is in the RUN or ACCY position, or Retained Accessory Power (RAP) is enabled and the lockout switch is disengaged, battery positive voltage will be available at the passenger window switches. When an individual window switch is pressed in the down position, battery positive voltage is applied to the window regulator motor causing that window to open. When the individual window switch is pressed in the up position, voltage is applied to the window regulator motor in the opposite direction causing that window to close. The return path to ground is supplied through the inactive control circuit being normally grounded through the driver window switch.
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