Oldsmobile 2000 Intrigue drivers side rear power window. The original problem was the bracket that holds the ends of the up and down cables broke allowing the up window cable pull out of the bracket. I repaired the bracket so that the cable will not pull out but with both ends in the bracket I can get only one cable in its track. It appears that the down window cable should go in last but I can not get enough slack to get in the track.
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Re: rear power window drive cable
Hello there: i think that you may want to go ahead and replace the actuator and motor this would solve the problem and keep from having troubles later on down the road it should come with the track cables and all i hope this helps you out ..... if you would please leave a review for me thanks sincerely D.Jones
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1. Disconnect battery 2. Disable Supplemental Restraint System (Airbags) 3. Remove traction control switch from rear of center console plate 4. Open console lid and remove screws at front of console 5. Pull console plate up to release clips and slide over shifter 6. Pull rearward to release clips retaining instrument panel accessory trim plate to instrument panel 7. Remove screws attaching radio to instrument panel 8. Disconnect electrical connectors and remove radio 9. Take down instrument panel hush panels and disconnect courtesy lights. Remove hush panels 10. Remove knee bolster and knee bolster bracket from driver's side below steering column 11. Remove screws from IPC trim plate 12. Pull out instrument panel cluster trim plate to release from retainers 13. Remove trip odometer and reset switch from IPC trim plate 14. Remove IPC trim plate 15. Remove screws from IPC and pull IPC out 16. Disconnect electrical connectors from IPC and remove IPC from the instrument panel 17. Disconnect ignition switch connectors 18. Turn ignition switch to the ACC position and remove park lock cable from ignition switch 19. Turn ignition switch to ON position 20. Depress and hold locking tab on right side of ignition switch with a small, flat-bladed screwdriver and pull ignition lock cylinder from ignition switch 21. Remove ignition switch bezel from ignition lock cylinder 22. Remove screws attaching ignition switch to bracket 23. Remove ignition switch through the IPC opening 24. To install, reverse procedure
The easiest thing to try is to push the button for the window to come up and while holding it, bang the inside of the door and sometimes this will free the window and it will move up. If not it could be a problem with the wiring or motor and you will have to get it check out by a tech.
sounds like wiring.or there may be a plate in the steering wheel.the plate in the steering wheel seems more plausible because wiring on both sides is less likely.it wouldn't hurt to check the wiring as far as you can to the rears though.any brake lights work?
1. Remove the door latch trim plate (coupe and sedan front doors).
2. Remove the ashtray (sedan rear doors).
3. Remove the seat belt retractor cover (coupe and sedan front doors). Use a suitable door trim panel removal tool to release the clip retainers
4. Remove the door lock trim plate and the power window switch, if so equipped.
5. Remove the window regulator handle by removing the inner retaining clip, if so equipped.
6. Remove the remote mirror control, if so equipped
7. Remove the trim panel retaining screws
8. Remove the door trim panel using a door trim panel removing to work loose the retainer clips.
9. Detach all electrical and remote mirror controls, as required.
10. Install the wiring harnesses through the openings in the panel, as equipped.
11. Position the trim panel to the door and align the clips. Press the trim panel to the door until all the clips are fully engaged. Align all the holes before engaging the clips.
12. Install the screws, remote mirror control and inside door handle bezel, as equipped.
13. Install the window regulator handle or power window switch.
14. Install the door trim plate, seat belt retractor cover or ashtray.
if you can't hear the motor , try this hold the button in the up position and slap the door with your open hand from the inside . if this works ? leave the window up till you can get the motor repaired or replaced (worn motor brushes)..was i help ? leave feedback . thnks Jay