Question about 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
This can happen if car sits without being used for awhile. Take door panels off and spray the heck out of the electric window motor, with "PB Blaster", then while pushing window switch up and down, tap the motor lightly with a hammer. Do this to the switches too. the PB Blaster gets inside and cleans the contacts of the switches and the motor armature. If the windows start to work, spray the motors again, while rolling the windows up and down. If none of this works, the motors probably need replaced. Also after fixing window operation, be sure to put some type of greese in the metal tracks (not the black side window, channels) silver ones below the window, where the plastic guides of the regulator, ride,. White lithium greese is best to use.
Posted on May 27, 2009
Try cleaning the switches
Posted on May 25, 2008
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