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POWER WINDOWS BLOWING FUSE WHEN USING DRIVER SIDE SWITCH FOR PASSENGER SIDE WINDOW NOT EVERYTIME BUT ALMOST PASSENGER SIDE SWITCH DOES NOT BLOW FUSE, AND A NEW SWITCH ON DRIVERSIDE DID NOT FIX THE PROBLEM

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  • DYIHOME Aug 09, 2008

    YES IT GOES UP AND DOWN REAL GOOD

  • DYIHOME Aug 12, 2008

    THE WINDOWS GO UP AND DOWN REALLY GOOD BY THEMSELVES. THE ONLY THING THAT BLOWS THE FUSE IS THE DOWN BUTTON ON THE DRIVER SIDE FOR THE PASSENGER WINDOW. I PULLED THE DOOR PANELS OFF AND CHECKED THE OBVIOUS WIRING BUT DID NOT SEE ANYTHING OUT OF THE ORDINARY, THE WINDOW WORKED FINE ALL DAY MONDAY

  • Coss May 11, 2010

    When it does work, does it work at normal speed for going up and down?

    Or do you have to "help" the window up at all?

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I asked about the speed to figure out if possibly the motor is in a bind, and would over draw on power.

You're going to have to get a multi meter, and do a voltage draw test on A) first do it at the switch on the passenger side B) test the draw on the driver side, operating the passenger side window.
Compare the 2 and see if there is a significant different between the two.

Since changing the switch doesn't fix the problem, I would begin to look for a knick or a cut in the wiring from the drivers door through to the passenger side (the passenger side wiring (except for power) is in a sepreate loom).



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