Question about 2004 Nissan Titan
It looks like a bad contact to switch or a defective switch. repair is done accessing switch contacts and reading Ohms to find out if the switch is opening and closing. If switch and wiring are OK, then the control module may be responsible. the problem is usually switch or wiring.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
Well first of all you can try fiddle with the window switch. Push it on and off quickly. If the windows move slightly, the switch's connections are simply gummed up. Try squirting a tiny bit of rubbing alcohol under the switches to clean them. If further you have the same problem means there is some problem in the switch and you need to replace them use a screwdriver to pop out switch from door panel, remove plug (there is a tab that you'll have to gently rise without breaking on the plug/harness) plug in the replacement and snap it back into the panel.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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