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Re: Can't get my window up!!
Remove the door panel, and take a wire and attach it ot the body of the car, and another one to the positive battery post, this will roll the window up for you, then you will need to replace the window motor.
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A few days before I not action, with all four glass yesterday after work to find a house near the motor repair, they check circuit, insurance, voltage measurement haven't found any problem, in the end I said a sentence may contact oxidation contact bad, maintenance personnel to the driver that the inside of the switch cover apart had pulled out the plug of the connector, OK, all the rise and fall freely. Add that the 2 weeks ago a rainy day is the driver's side glass can't lift, don't tube it yourself.auto diagnostic tool.
Hi. Please check at the base of the wiper arm and remove the black circular cover. see if the nut underneath is loose. If it is, make sure the wipers are all the way down and align the drivers wiper and tighten the nut.Regards,Neil
I had the same problem a few weeks ago. I took it to a mechanic who has the same vehicle and he said it was the switch in my driver side door panel. Not that big a deal, but a little costly and the switch has to be programmed by a dealer wich is BS. The mechanic put the switch on and it will work on all my other windows except my driver window. so good luck.
Take it to a shop to be sure. Mostly relays are black block looking things (somtimes white) near or in the fuse box under the hood.. When you pull them out look at the bottom of them, if they are black and discolored you got yourself a faulty relay.