Question about 1999 Chevrolet Astro
Had same problem for passenger window. A friend suggested it was likely a transistor overheating ...either transistor going bad or some other electrical problem causing the problem. Motors are essentially sealed units...not readily servicable. Found replacement on line for about $30....with help of a general Astro Van service book (in most part stores) I replaced the motor in an hour or so. If I knew what I was doing...it should have taken 20 minutes. Original motor was pop riveted in place. Drilled out pop rivets and used sheet metal screws to secure replacement. Works great. Mine was a 99 Astro. Dealer wanted about $140 for new motor! Good luck.
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