Question about 2006 Nissan Frontier
THERE IS NO WAY TO FIND THE FAULT IN FUSES .BECAUSE IT ALL IN ON FUSE .....??
MAY BE THE FAULT IN THE DRIVER CONTROL PANEL .
OR IN THE SIDE DRIVER WINDOW MOTOR .
WHEN YOU PRESS THE DRIVER WINDOW SWITCH UP .. CHICK IS THERE ANY DROP IN VOLTAGE IN THE CAR . IF THERE THE FAULT IN THE MOTOR .. IF NOT THE FAULT IN THE CONTROL PANEL SWITCH .
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Posted on Aug 30, 2008
Quite possibly yes...I would first check any relays and/or fuses just in case. A few dollars for a fuse or relay is much cheeper than say $100.00 and a few hours of labor.
You can purchase just the window motors from any major auto parts stores. You can also purchase the window motor with the regulator. The regulator is kind of like a rope and pulley system to lift the window up and down and the motor is attached to this assembly. It is a little more expensive but I would change both. I always change both just in case the regulator is bad and it isn't the motor. You will have to remove the plastic interior of the door in order to change either the motor or the motor/regulator assembly.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Has it been tested for losing power, like a circuit breaker, as some systems incorporate that . If need be I would splice in harness for motor & supply my own power at least to get it up, which would also tell you if it's a power issue down the line. You could use a 14.4 V, or 12V. Cordless tool battery if you have one, or just another car battery in good shape, then go from there.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
If you cannot operate the window from either switch, I'd first test switch continuity and operation, both front and rear. If they both pass muster , I'd have to say the fault lies behind the door trim, probably the motor, which also be tested once reaching that point..
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
durangos have many problems with the windows motors and regulators, I know for personal experience , because I have one, ...when you try rolling the windows down do you hear any noise coming from inside the door..if so.. the cable is busted ..you will need the windows regulator, if no, is probably the motor..you will have to check for power and ground right at the motor connector...if power and ground are present, then you need a motor ....in mine ,I pull the motor and cleaned , and they have been fine for more than a year, I starter with one and them had to do the same to all of them..hope this help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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