if window will not go up ckeck window motor to see if it will go down if it goes down but not up the problem is in the drivers door master switch
On a 2001 Safari van. You do not have to remove the whole door panel.
Remove the handle (two torx head screws) and remove a screw by the 2"speaker on the right (phillips head). The difficult part is inserting the screws, holding the motor, from the back. I used a very fine thread that i passed through the motor and motor bracket. I pulled the screw through the hole. Took a long time. To prove the motor or the switch. Use a volt meter and see if there is voltage present at the motor. If there is and the motor wont turn. Replace it. .
Replace the window regulator.
If an electric window in a Chevrolet Venture will not go up or down, it is likely that a fuse is blown. Replacing the fuse could fix the issue.
Replace the window regulator
You would diagnose the problem to determine what the cause is. Assuming this is a power window, it could be the electric motor, the switch, the wiring, the circuit breaker, the relays, the window track, the window regulator and so on.
If it's a window that drops open or a manual/electric window that wont wind down or up, you need to replace your window regulator - about £25 second hand to replace.
Replace the regulator (most likely problem). Make sure you check the small plastic gear that moves to push the window up or even with a egulator change the window will go up crooked.
you prolly need a new window motor... check a local junkyard.
Hold down the child lock when you press the button to raise the window.
Replace the rocker switch unit in the door. Usually about $10-$15 from wreckers. Common effect is window will go down but no up...(Burnout of switch unit.) Will master on drivers door work window?? If yes, then above is the problem...
The track or cable could be binding or simply the motor gave out. Easy fix DIY or mechanic will have it running in no time
why am i having trouble with the electric window,s on our toyota surf especially on the rear window
If it's jammed open, sometimes running the engine releases the hold so you can pull it up!