Question about 1994 Buick LeSabre
In my case, the wire in the driver's side door joint had broken completely apart. It was only working sporadically until the wire came completely apart. I cut open the plastic covering on the wire harness with scissors, and sure enough there was the broken wire. Reason it affected both windows was apparently the way it comes from power source. Since it's a rather thick wire, the motion of opening and closing the door over years of use broke the wire. I did a simple strip and crimp and all is good now. Just that simple!
Apparently this commonly happens, as per advice from an experienced mechanic.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
There is a module at the bottom of the door near the rear this module can go bad you can take your hand make a fist and hit/punch the bottom of the door pad not quite in the middle a little more towards the rear of the door pad then the window will work if this does it will still be intermittant but then you know you need to change the module
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
If all of windows have failed at the same time it will likely be a fuse that has blown. I suspect that the motor and/or mechanism for the driver's window may have worn to the point that it is creating high resistance that has blown the fuse.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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