The Mazda van (MPV?) and the Toyota Sienna have side windows that roll down half way.
broken switch or fuze
I do not believe there is a way.
Nope sorry, 1 the doors in a Tahoe are not shaped right to allow the window to roll down all the way.
If you car windows are already down then the cop can't make you roll them up. Now if you wanted to prove him wrong and roll them up and they won't be tinted, all that would do is make them mad.
When only the back windows are down, they make a thumping sound because of the air tightness of the car's cabin. Roll down a front window slightly and this will go away.
The windows on a Chevy Blazer may not roll down if the power window mechanism has been damaged or broken. This can be repaired through a reputable mechanic.
Check the switches....
The rear window frame is shortened because of the wheel well, to get a full roll down I believe only the suburbans have that capability.I have a 95 Tahoe has the same half roll situation.
replace the window motor.
Sounds like an electrical short. Take it to someone certified to do the repairwork like a Pepboys or your dealership, but the dealership will probably charge you more.
Please be more specific, one window, all the windows? Are they power? Just deal with it.
They don't care.
Window lock switch is out change the master switch.
Either there's a crank on the door which you turn to roll down the window, or there are buttons in the center console which actuate the power windows... if the doors have been taken off of the vehicle and the power windows aren't working afterwards, make sure they were plugged back in when the doors were reinstalled.
push it down a hill.
push it down a hill
push him down a mountain
puh it down a hill
check your fuses, or maybe your window motors are bad
You need to replace the motor
usualy a bad fuse or ground but the switches like to burn out after getting wet like driveing with the windows down in the rain
don't roll thewindow down
The directions are in your manual. Roll the window down, roll the window up, release the button then hold it up for two seconds, roll the window down, release the button then hold it down for two seconds. Repeat that for each window.