Question about 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
My reccomendation would be to get your power from the fuse box area. Wires near the ignition are harder to access.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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Window fuse's and relay's may be up under driver or passenger side dash or behind glove box, under the hood and even under the seats, and finally on the ends of the dash.
Drivers door window switch gets used the most so it could be the motor, window switch, relay or fuse.
Could also be a broken wire in the rubber boot going from the door to the body. Actually, there may be a circuit breaker type relay for each window and one fuse for all the circuit breakers.
If all has failed, remove drivers door panel, or the switch may "pop out" of the arm rest. Check for voltage coming to the main window switch connector. If no voltage, problem lies somewhere between door and power source. If voltage is present, but no voltage(when pressing switch) at drivers door window motor means its the switch, especially if its a auto down or up switch.
You may also find that the connector has simply come loose from the master window control. Good luck!!
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