The 1992 Acura Integra master window switch is interchangeable with other 1992 models. The master window switch was used in all 1991 through 1994 models.
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.
i would first check to see if power window master switch is good usually if more than one window doesnt work, that's where the problem isfords also have a lock on the master switch for windows other than driver window. check that is not engaged
The drivers window switch on the master switch energizes a solenoid for the express down feature of the drivers window. The solenoid deenergizes when the window bottoms out causing the thermal overload in the window motor to open. A spring in the solenoid is supposed to break the open circuit and provide power to the close circuit when deenergized. Sometimes the spring gets weak or the solenoid plunger is sticky preventing powering the close circuit. Removing the door panel and diaassembling the master switch is not a DIY. I have had success banging on the arm rest adjacent to the master switch to get the spring to make the close circuit. My guess is the rear window switch gets its power from the same movable contact as the drivers window switch.
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.
remove master switch from door. remove wire harness from back of switch. with a jumper wire brige wires until window raises. then buy new master switch and replace
master window switch or a bad wire in one of the door harnesses master window switch or a bad wire in one of the door harnesses
Try wd-40 on master switch and passenger door switch it that doesnt work either your master switch or passenger switch took a dump
well iam a retard you have take off the door panel to get to the motor but to replace the window switch get a flathead sd and stick it under the front of the switch holder and lift up
There is no single fuse for one power window. The most common thing is the switch to fail. This would be the master window switch. Try jumping the wires with a live current and see if the window goes up and down. If it does then its your switch, if the motor fails to move most likely its the motor/regulator.
had the same problem with 2002 montana. Removed master control switch and cleaned up electrical connections. Worked fine ever since.
We have a how to video that will show you how to install the master window switch into your Honda CR-V. We also carry this repair part on our website 1aauto.com Hope this helps you out. I've included a link to the video below.
If you're looking for the master window switch. It's located on the drivers side door pull or arm rest.
Driver side front door panel.
Some of the switches just pry out of the door and you simply plug on another switch. Good luck
You have to diagnose it by process of elimination. Check the master switch, check for power at the master switch, check the wiring for damage where door hinges, test for power at the motor, test the motor, etc.
it should on the driver side door it should on the driver side door
Remove the decorative cover to the window switch panel. Remove the window switch retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the window switch. Reverse the process to install the new window 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.
On Nissans, the passenger and both rear door window switches get their power through the master (drivers door) switch. First thing to try is playing with the master switch. Move the master switch button that is inop to the position that is not working and move it around with your finger. If this don't work, remove the master switch and clean the contacts, maybe with some silicon spray and then test if you have power leaving the switch. If not, the switch probably needs to be replaced. Have seen this happen on other cars and it has been the passenger door switch. It is most probably a double pole double throw switch and both sides of the switch need to work to make the window go both ways. Check the connections on the back of the switch and/or interchange it with one from another door. I think most likely a wiring fault at the passenger door switch and the drivers door switch have the same fault. Ken
you need to replace the window master switch
I would replace the master window switch
You probably have a bad window master switch
The power window motor could be bad.
sounds like you need to replace power window master switch
The dealer, or salvage yard.