Question about 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Most cars have an over-ride switch to stop all those windows from working. to keep kids from opening them. make sure that is not on or maybe that switch is bad and causing this. it is unusual for all three to go bad at the same time. to check you will need to remove the door panels to gain access to the window motor. i would remove the connector to the motor and get 12v power to that motor to check. if the motors works then suspect the switch. there will be two prongs at the motor that the connector contacts. one is positve and one is negative. if you reverse the positive and negative connection it makes the motor work the opposite way. be careful not to accidentally ground the positive. this can cause problems. if you need more details please get back to me. I've done this many times and am happy to help. good luck
Posted on May 05, 2010
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