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Did you try direct 12vdc power to motor wires ? Reverse polarity should change direction of motor, then you'll know it's switch related or whatever. Did old motor do same? The switch reverses polarity, or is supposed to. If a motor goes in one direction, when wired backward ( reverse polarity) it should go opposite direction. That tells you motor is fine.
first remove door pannel and switch use test light at motor leave motor connected use a pin in oneterminal so you can attach test light ground end to pin place pointed end into other terminal doesnt matter which terminal basically place test licht in paralell use window switch testlight will light up if switch is ok and motor is deffective if no power to test light main switch on driverside is deffective
check for the fuze under the hood. If that or remove the door panel and tap the motor when trying. The tracks may need grease. being windows never used much, and dirt stuck in them. Motors un about $50 dollars apiece in a junk yard.
hello there: if the motor is working try looking for vacuum hoses if they are not good replace.. it could also be in the control switch on the panel if this is the case contact the dealer to find out if the switch will need to be programed...hope this helps you out...
This could be a problem with the window switch, or the window motor, or the circuit between them, or the window regulator mechanism. Whatever it is, you will need to remove the interior door panel so you can inspect the regulator and test the motor. If the regulator looks ok, use a voltmeter to check if the motor gets current when you toggle the switch. If it gets current but does not move, it must be replaced. If it does not get any current, this means the problem is in the switch or in the circuit. Most likely it would be the switch. You can find an inexpensive after-market switch for your car from switch-doctor.net.
FIRST OF ALL CHECK TO SEE IF POWER IS GOING TO BLOWER MOTOR CONTROL SWITCH. IF NOT. CHECK THE BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL IS GOOD.HOT WIRE THE BLOWER MOTOR.IF IT RUNS PROBLEM COULD BE THE SWITCH AND RESISTOR.IF IT DONT RUN OR BARELY RUN. OR NO RUN THE BLOWER MOTOR IS FAULTY OR POOR GROUNDING.