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I have a 2000 hyundai elantra gls car. when i biught the car used i knew the windows were not working but i was going to fix them. well i replaced all the regulators because some were twisted, tangled and broke. i tested the motors and only one was bad and replaced it. needless to say when i tried to activate the windows with the door switches none worked. i checked all fuses and all were good, i did not see a relay for the power windows but i did check the fuse and it was good. i should also tell you that the main switch that is suppose to be in the driver door is not there it was not there when i bought the car. but all the other doors have switches. i did not think that all the switches could be all bad at once so i did not think tah is the problem, or is it? any help would be appreciated..

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  • pradadlw Oct 02, 2009

    there is no main switch in drivers door. there are only the 3 switches in the other doors.

  • pradadlw Oct 03, 2009

    hello,

    well i tested the other 3 switches with a test light and the light did not light up on any of those switches. but i also checked the main harness that would go to the main switch on the drivers door and i got power to that harness, the light came on with my tester. Do you have to have a main switch installed for the driver window before any of the other switches will work?

  • pradadlw Oct 03, 2009

    thanks for the help, i will let you know when i get one and install it..

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All the windows operate by power supply routed through the drivers door Main/Master switch. If you do not have a master switch in the vehicle, none of your windows will work, as the power circuit for the other 3 doors is not complete without the drivers switch installed..

The part number for your master switch is 9357029050 and the retail price from Hyundai is $106.22.

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You must have the Driver's side main distribution switch installed to make any power window work as that is where the power enters.
get one at a junkyard or, dealer.

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Hi,

Before we start troubleshoot, do you see any power driven to the Main switch?

Let me know, once done!!

Hope i helped you.

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Posted on Oct 02, 2009

  • taran_2005
    taran_2005 Oct 02, 2009

    Thanks for your response!!

    Uh ho, Check the voltage across all the 3 switches and let me know, if they are receiving any power ?


    Let me know, once done!!

    Thanks.


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