The lock switch has nothing to do with the window. If you have power windows and the window switch is bad, you can operate the window by jumping the wires on the switch plug. On my 91 Camaro RS, the window regulator (motor) stopped working. I bought a new regulator at Napa and replaced it. Replacing the window regulator requires drilling out the factory rivets. IMPORTANT! Before you start,you should drill a hole through the door and gear then install a temporary nut & bolt to lock the window in the up postion. This will prevent the window from falling while your fingers are near the gear.
I'm currently having the same issue and from what I've gathered over the past week online, it's one of two things. Either the window switch/connection is faulty OR the regulator. Mine happens to be the switch because the driver side switch for the passenger window works fine. Now my problem is if the passenger and driver switch mechanisms are interchangeable when purchasing?
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.
The switch could be bad at the passenger seat. The switch could be bad at the passenger seat.
Defective passenger power window switch. It is stuck in the down position. Raise the window and immediately disconnect the switch until you can replace it.Defective passenger power window switch. It is stuck in the down position. Raise the window and immediately disconnect the switch until you can replace it.
I wouls suspect the passenger side switch is defective. Salvage yard is a good source for this part.
pop the clips that are holding the Electric window switch and pull the switch out replace it and place it back in with the clips. if you broke the clips you will have to replace them. they only cost 1.05 at Chevy shop....
how do you know its the switch? does the window (power) move up & down? You can use the other switch from the right or left hand side of the one that works. switch the wires. if the windows work, then its the switch. if the switch doesn't work, then its the window motor.
Probably the switch or faulty wiring.
A faulty power window switch or faulty wiring. The motor works in either direction (there is only one motor per window), so it's not the motor but the wiring or the window switch. Unless the motor control is damaged, that is. Check the switch for continuity first, then check the continuity of the wiring. If you don't find the fault in either of those places, check the motor assembly. Post back here with your findings. Thank you.
pry out the switch assembly plate, disconnect the electrical connectors, then pry the window button out of the plate.
There is only one fuse for all power windows. If only the passenger side window does not work, the problem is either with the passenger window switch or the motor on that window.
pry out the control switch and disconnect the electrical connectors.install is reverse.
Try swapping it with the driver's side switch
Bad relay/window motor/switch/wiring...........
If you mean the extra switch on the drivers side power window control it cuts power to the passenger side window switch. Handy if you have kids.
Definitely sounds like an electrical problem. First check the fuse that controls the window circuit to be sure it isn't blown out. If it's okay, then the switch could be faulty or the wiring leading from the switch to the back window motor could be broken or shorted out somwhere between the drivers position and the back of the vehicle.
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.
Your switch is bad or the window motor has gone out
Maybe its your driver-side window regulator that stopped working.
Check to see if you are getting power to the motor if so window motor is defective Could be open wire usually in the door jamb area
check the following; fuses, relays, regulator, window motor, off track, window switch. did not specify if it was manual or electric.
9 outta 10 times it will be a bad power window motor. I rarely see the window switch go bad.
The windows use a switch which is in the door.
Check the drivers side switch panel for the switch that locks out the passenger windows from working, make sure it is not on.