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1989 convertable has a rear window problem. The passenger window does not open or close, the drivers side does. Is there a fuse or wire that could be the problem. I don't believe its the motor.

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  • jmuscarellas Jul 28, 2008

    This is not a front window problem, it's the little rear window which work wiht the convertible top.

  • jmuscarellas Jul 28, 2008

    So, I said this the rear window which go up and down in sync with the top.

  • jmuscarellas Jul 29, 2008

    Still open for suggestions, no one has hit the problem yet.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    Front drivers side window will not go up or down we feel like it may be the regulator agan

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Also if its bnot a fuse could be the switch or see if it is jammed take off the covers and see if all ok the wires also

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Hi...
Yes your car use a individual Fuse for PASSNAGER SIDE and DRIVER SIDE windowns.

Ok.. The fuse for the passanger side are: Fuse # 1 and # 12.
In fuse panel at right side of the dash.
Check those fuses. And replace if need.
If the fuses are Ok.
Inspect the windown motor..
you can aply power and ground if you want to test the motor.
Disconnecting the passanger window switch.
You will see 2 wires 1 Orange/blue, 1 Orange/black.
Thsi wires goes directly to the motor. aply power and ground an both direction to move up or down.
If work check the switch with a test light.

OK... I hope this information help on your problem.
If you need any more I will glad to help. thank you.

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

  • Juan Guillen Jul 29, 2008

    The info a gave you is for the Rear Passanger side window...

    I'm doing Based on my Auto repair sofware.

    MITCHELL ONDEMAND 5.

    And I'm a mechanic....

  • Juan Guillen Jul 29, 2008

    Check the windown regulator. for damaged dent. or see if is adjustable. or losse Motor.

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Depending on whether the wiring for the windows have been altered... It would not be the fuse because there would only be 1 line for both windows as fuses go. Most likely it is the wiring from the power source to the motor itself. When you try to open do you hear a humming or whirring noise indicating that the motor is turning? if it does then check if the window is securely fastened to the clips. Next check if the switch wires have contact with the power source and motor. You can use a tester for this.

Hope this helps

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Both door windows are on the same fuse relay, so it won't be a fuse. It's most likely with the switch or the motor. To find out which one, take the switch out and jump across the pins in the connector going to the motor with a heavy wire. If you can get the window to move, then it's the switch. if not then it's the motor.

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    Ryan Rogers Jul 28, 2008

    I appologize, I misunder stood. The two windows in the back are each on an arm that work with the convert top motor. Check the arm or linkage to see if it has broken or come loose.

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