You don't. Like most rear windows on four door vehicles this is the case. Since the rear doors conform to the rear wheel well, the window does not have room in the door to go down all the way.
i think its in the front passenger footwell, to the right near the centre console, i hope this helps
follow the wires down the front of the block on the passenger side. on the passenger side of the crank pulley down low you should see a plug.
NO not even close. In late 1999 chevy redesigned all the engines and transmissions. Nothing will interchange from late 1999 and up with anything under late 1999 and down.
There is no safety lock on the rear windows. They roll down that far for reason. The wheel well is in the way.
could be the setting you have it on (some keys, when pressed twice, makes windows go down
if the windows switches are on the door panel, you may have broken wires between the door and the body.
If you law down behind the passenger front wheel and look up at the engine on your side you will see the starter.
Look at the size/shape of your window and then look at the shape of the door. You will then be able to answer your own question.
Mainly because you're about to experience a break-down.
either next to distributor, or down on driver side of block sticking out and a few wires on it,
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.
Your rear passenger seat windows on the Ford Explorer do not go all the way down for the protection of the children that might be sitting in the rear seats
Nope sorry, 1 the doors in a Tahoe are not shaped right to allow the window to roll down all the way.
That is normal. It was made like that from the factory to keep children from climing and falling out of the window.
NO. In the late month of 99 chevy REDESIGNED all the engines and transmissions and NOTHING will interchange from 99 down to 1999 and up.
The safety override switch is probably on. If not, then the motor or switch may be bad.
have you checked to be sure that the driver lock out button has not been pushed. it is usually above the window controls and it use to keep small children from rolling down the windows.
it seems this is a Chevy secert flaw known in the industry as a money maker since a computer reprogram costs 300 dollars save some grief and put all windows down when removing a battery. I know it sounds wierd trust me.
No. Due to the shape of the door and the location of the wheel well the window only goes down part way unlike the Suburban ( longer wheel base ).
Passenger side, almost directly to the left of the front passenger wheel. Sticks down at a slight angle. The drain plug is to the left of it sitting vertically on the oil pan.
Removing single CD player from Tahoe 1999 The entire front dash panel that goes around the stereo and over around the speedometer and gauges unsnaps loose. Then you can get to the CD players sides where you press down on the latches mounted on each side and slide it out, then unplugs from the back of the CD player
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It will if the 99 is the new body style. But if the 99 body looks like all the other bodys from 99 down then NO it will not work.
Look on passenger side of radiator about 6 inches down on the side its right there.
under the hood, passenger side, between the engine and the fire wall. Look down.