The power window motor/regulater on these cars are a cable based system .....when the window is slow to go up or down it means the cables are Rusting out and need replacing......OR if not rusty try oiling the cables on back of slider......NOTE:(( you can buy from the dealer or get an aftermarket at about half the price)).....this isn't all that hard to do ....First remove the inside door skin ....this is done by first removeing the screws behind the inside door handle ,,then use a flat screw driver to GENTLY pop the skin off ...working aroud the edge of the door. ...next reach in and unplug the power window and lock plugs and remove the skin......once this is done there are four screws that keep the motor in place 2 on bottom and 2 on top...you may have to move window down a bit to see top 2 screws ....NOTE use a shim to keep window from falling down when you remove screws...don;t want to let that window drop....once the screws are out you can remove the old assembly by manuevering it out thru the holes in door.....the window will have no support at this stage....REMEMBER to shim window ......replace with new assembly and do everything in reverse order... good luck .....takes about an hour
Maybe its your driver-side window regulator that stopped working.
Both window switch on the front door will lower the window, the problem is that both switch will not raise the window back up to its close position and also the master window switch on the Driver's side will not operate all the time nor will the master door lock on the driver's side lock the passenger side door. On several ocasion the driver's side window switch lowered it's window and it would'nt raise the window back up unless after quite a few minutes playing with the window switch, opening the door, etc.
From my 07 manual:Start the engine. Push down and hold the driver's window switch until the window is fully open.Pull and hold the driver's window switch to close the window completely, then hold the switch for about 2 seconds.
the switch is on the door panel approx four inches from the window, this is the only switch that sends power to the window regulator motor (window motor).
You installed the switch wrong.
Try swapping it with the driver's side switch
It is most likely a disconnected or broken wire in or going to the driver's door.
Do you mean the main switch by the driver or the switch on the door itself?
you have to replace the central switch cluster in whole. cant be repaired individually.
The most likely reason is that the child guard switch on the driver's side is in the "on" position.
look for the wires that go to the driver window switch, there will be 3, two of them will make window go up, 2 will make window go down. use a small jumper wire to brige them
if manual, window regulator. if electric, check fuses, window switch, window motor, window regulator.
pry out the switch assembly plate, disconnect the electrical connectors, then pry the window button out of the plate.
The driver side electric window switch on a 1992 Acura Integra is reached by removing the door panel. Unbolt the switch from the mounting bracket and disconnect the wiring from the harness. Replace the unit.
check to see if the window switch of the driver's side is getting power, if you are getting power to the switch and the switch is sending power out to the motor but the motor is not responding the motor needs to be replaced
Bad switch? Bad motor? Check to see if you are getting power to motor--if so bad motor -- if not may be bad switch Is it the driver's door, or one of the other 3? If it's not the driver's door, try moving the window with either the switch on that door or the on the driver's door. If you have a bad switch, you may be able to move the window with the other switch. If it's the driver's door, you will have to remove the switchassembly and start testing. If I had to take a guess, I'd guess that it's the switch and not the motor, but that's a guess. massvolvoman
The question is: Is this the drivers window switch but it opens the passenger side's window? Who was driving or in the driver's seat. You may have spilled enough beer on the arm rest that leaked into the switch and created a corrosive electrical connection for the window motor/
it should on the driver side door it should on the driver side door
Remove door panel to check wiring to switch and motor See if motor is getting power through the switch - if so motor is bad If no power to motor check operation of switch - jump wires to test if window works bad switch
If it is just the driver side window and button, more than not the master control switch needs to be replaced. It could also be the window moter or reg. Either way its around $100 if its just the switch that's bad.
It is not possible to replace single switch in the driver side window cluster of Ê2000 Chevy Tracker. The cluster is only sold as one piece and single switches cannot be purchased.
you should be able to take the cover off the driver's door by unscrewing it,then unplug the window switch and replace it,fairly easy..
It could be the switch,power source to the switch, or the motor is burnt up. More than likely the motor is the problem since the driver side get a great deal more use than any other.
Try removing the switch and jump the wires to see if switch is bad
The 1994 Chevrolet Camaro power window relay switch can be found inside of the driver side door. You will need to remove the door panel to access the power window relay switch.