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Re: Non of my windows will mgo down where are the window...
Hello i can assist you.Your window relays a re located under your hood compartment in the relay fuse cluster.You will need to look closely at the cluster relay name and location diagram if not displayed on the cluster cover you might have to refer to the owners manual for specs and diagram.However i recommend testing your fuse for your power windows located in side the cab of the truck.It was my pleasure assisting you in locating your window relay.John
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All the other windows work ? Not a fuse , one fuse powers all the windows . Test for B+ voltage at the switch an the window regulator would be the proper diagnostic procedure . Do you own a volt meter ? know how to read a wiring diagram ? how to do basic automotive electrical testing . The Faint click you hear is probably a relay , which means the GEM - genaric electronic modual is energizing the window relay . The windows are computer controlled .
The GEM will activate the OTD Relay until one of the following conditions is met:
The LF regulator control switch is pushed to the UP position.
The LF regulator control switch is released (OFF position) and then moved to the down position (first detent) or one touch down (OTD) position (second detent).
Seven seconds have elapsed since the OTD was initiated.
A window regulator electric drive stall condition is detected on the one touch down sense line inputs.
The UP window operation is not controlled by the GEM. The feature is activated when the delayed accessory is active and the LF window regulator control switch is pressed to the UP position. The switch provides delayed accessory power to one side of the motor and ground to the other side through the one touch down relay. The one touch down relay is not active when the LF regulator control switch is in the UP position.
Passenger windows may be raised or lowered using the LF master control switches or the appropriate passenger window switch. Passenger window switches receive power when the delayed accessory relay is active and the LF remote lock-out switch is in the UNLOCK position. When in the LOCK-OUT position, the passenger windows are deactivated.
The GEM controls manual down and auto down window movement with the down window relay. The relay is activated by applying ground directly to one side of the down window relay coil, and deactivated by removing the ground signal.
The delayed accessory relay provides power for the operation of the power windows and the power moon roof. The delayed accessory feature is active when the ignition switch is in the RUN or the ACC position, or when the ignition switch is changed from RUN or ACC to the OFF/LOCK position and the LF and RF doors are closed.
The GEM will deactivate the delayed accessory feature when:
the LF door is ajar and the ignition switch is in the OFF/LOCK or KEY-OUT position.
the RF door is ajar and the ignition switch is in the OFF/LOCK or KEY-OUT position.
10 minutes have elapsed since the ignition switch was changed from ACC or RUN to the OFF/LOCK position.
LF door open warning switch (open circuit with door closed, grounded with door ajar).
RF door open warning switch (open circuit with door closed, grounded with door ajar).
Ignition switch RUN position (battery potential on both the RUN and RUN/ACC inputs).
Ignition switch ACC position (battery potential on the RUN/ACC input).
Ignition switch OFF/LOCK position (absence of battery potential on the RUN, RUN/ACC, and START inputs).
This would indicate a bad relay under the hood. Usually all relays are in a black box under the hood. When you push the window up or down button it energizes a relay which starts the motor moving in the direction chosen. Inside the door there are little switches on top and bottom which tell the relay to shut off the window is closed. The relay box has a diagram inside (normally) which shows what relay energizes what. You should check the fuse for windows for it may be the relay itself is fused.
If it is an electric window, the fault may be in the relay. I have an old vehicle with electric windows and have discovered the reason why sometimes one window won't close is the relay is worn. I hold the close button down whilst knocking my knee hard against the door skin. The vibration is just enough to get the relay to make contact and the window winds up all the way. I must replace that relay - it is getting harder to make it go up....
I would check the power window relay in the relay/fuse block in the engine compartment behind the battery. Once you find the relay, swap it with another of the same size and color. Just make sure that it's a relay for a system that isn't important like the windshield wipers. The relay/fuse block cover will have labels for all the fuses and relays printed either on the top of the cover or on the inside. This test will rule out the relay and is the most likely cause since none of the windows work. If this doesn't work, then check for power at each window with a non-powered test light. If you have power at each switch and motor when the switches are depressed in either direction and still nothing works, you will need to check for high resistance in the ground circuits and motors themselves with a Digital Volt/Ohm meter. I hope this info helps!
most likey it is ur control switch on the door,because water gets on the switch from snow or rain when u open the window a drive through,,do the other switch's operate the windows??,,could be relay or fuses too,,,,
If none are working, either the fuse for them has failed or the relay that supplies 12 volts when the ignition is on isn't switching any more. The 12 volts is interrupted when the ignition is off to prevent children (or non-thinking adults) from running the battery down when it can't charge.
The fuse and relay may both be in the same box.