Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado
If the motor works when you apply power and ground directly to it the problem has to lie in the wiring or switch. I know you replaced the switch already but i would start with verifying that the switch is providing power and ground to the appropriate wires to the drivers window motor. You can check it at the motor first, if you don't have power there, check it at the switch. If you have power and ground at the switch but not at the window motor look for a broken wire. If you have power and ground at the window motor connector, yet the motor still doesn't work, do a voltage drop test to determine if there is excessive resistance in a connection or wire somewhere in the circuit.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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