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Chevy Cavalier Z24
1995-2005 Chevy Cavaliers

If the drivers window switch is working periodically and the power of the motor is weak is there a problem with any relay?

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2008-01-13 02:25:05
2008-01-13 02:25:05

Likely there is a problem with the window switches contacts being dirty or worn. There could be a problem with the supply voltage from other sources being less than adequate.

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Had the same problem my self last week. Take a hot wire and a ground and jump out the switch. Changes are the master switch went bad on the door panel. Ken

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Pop out the switch on the drivers door; it may be a simple connection at the drivers side (master switch). All power runs thru this switch before going to the motors or other switches.

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Replace the switch ! It is really not that expensive and it will fix the problem !! If it works from the drivers door replace the switch on the door that doesn't work ! If it works at that door replace the drivers switch ! KM

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The door switch is bad. I have replaced the drivers side door switch on mine for the same reason.

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if it is working then not it is usually the switch.. ur best bet money wise is get the switch first and see if this cures the problem u can check at a local junk yard for a switch for alot cheaper then new.

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