Question about Suzuki Sidekick
There is not separate fuses. Insure that it does not work from either the door with the problem or the main drivers control. If it does not, then you'll have to remove the door panel from the door with the window in question. You can check the power at the switch with a meter. Then check the power at the motor with a meter when moving the switch. More than likely either the motor is bad or the transmission (cable and track) is broken. You can buy them separately or as a unit. Very seldom do the wires or switches go bad prior to the other parts I mentioned.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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