I have a 1996 RS and have had this same problem,make sure that when you can get the window to work you put it up and leave it up.Your power window motor is going out and eventually it won't budge at all.Purchase the motor through your local dealership as it will come with the regulator.Changing it yourself can be difficult because of the rivet that holds the regulator in place.If you get someone else to change it it normally runs about $100.00 Dealership price for the motor and regulator is about $100.00 Auto Zone price is about $50.00 and has a lifetime warranty but no regulator.Be prepared though,I have had to have mine changed numerous times and it can get costly,I think it is a small price to pay for the priveledge of owning my car.
I DITTO THE ABOVE ANSWER ABOUT A BAD MOTOR, I JUST WENT THROUGH IT WITH MY NEWLY PURCHASED 99 Z-28. MOTOR WENT OUT A FEW DAYS AFTER I HAD IT, TOOK IT BACK TO WHERE I BOUGHT IT, THEY DETERMINED IT WAS THE MOTOR AND WOULD SPLIT COSTS 50/50, WITH ME PAYING $250!!! AFTER 3 DAYS OF THEM REPLACING THE MOTOR, THE WINDOW AND TINT, BECAUSE THEY SCRATCHED BOTH SOMEHOW. AFTER GETTING IRATE WITH THE SERVICE MANAGER OVER THE PHONE, ASKING WHAT THE HELL IS GOIN ON WITH MY CAMARO???? THREE DAYS FOR A SIMPLE WINDOW MOTOR. WENT IN TO PICK UP MY CAR AND PAY THE $250 BILL,WENT UP TO THE COUNTER AND MY BILL HAD ALL ZERO'S, DIDN'T HAVE TO PAY. I TOLD THE SERVICE PERSON THAT "I WASN'T LOOKING FOR ZER0'S, I WAS LOOKING FOR SERVICE!!!!! ANYWAY ITS YOUR MOTOR....GOOD LUCK ======================================================= A lot of guys have done this. I've replaced two motors on my Z28's (yes, I have two. A 1994 and a 1996) As the prior reply indicated, just go to Autozone and buy one for around $49. It does indeed have a lifetime warranty. There are numerous writeups on how to do it yourself. It's quite easy. You only need a Phillips screwdriver, a pair of needle nose pliers (to hold the retaining nut), possibly a small crescent wrench and definitely a drill/drillbit (to drill out the factory rivet). The new window motor will come with the small bolt/nut to replace the factory rivet. Justto find the writeups on how to do the replacement. Some have EXCELLENT pictures to guide you every step of the way. There are also some relay kits you can buy that will make the window go up and down much more quickly. Those you can probably find on Ebay.
the window motor usually doesn't work off and on sporadically when it dies, it's just an electric motor. pop off the door panel, make sure all of your hinges are greased. check the wiring for water damage and other damage. If that doesn't fix it, THEN check the motor, don't blow money if you don't have to.
It is likely the Relay located inside the door panel.
These cars were designed wrong from the factory. the passengerside motor only gets about 9volts to run a 12 volt motor and that's what kills the motors there is a kit you can buy called 93-02 Firebird/Camaro Auto Trix Passenger Window Fix Kit
Wonder why your passenger window is slow? Your factory wiring is under powering your window motor. This Auto Fix kit will route power from the battery directory to the motor for optimum life and performace.
* Preventive Maintenance
* Fix slow rolling motors
* Prolong window motor life
* Easy 1 hour or less install time
* No need to replace your window motor
* 50% less cost then new window motor
Includes the following:
* 2 relays with connectors
* All necessary wire
* 2 fuses
* 8 buttconnectors
* Inline fuse holder
* 2 ring connectors
* Detailed graphical instructions
i used this and it works great. someone else
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My 98 Camaro/ 3800 did the same thing exactly, first the passenger side window and than about 3 years later on the drivers side. In both cases, when I replaced the motor, the windows worked fine. The car is now 14 years old and in my opinion the motors outlived their life expectancy, nothing keeps running forever.
It's a Camaro-specific T-5 that has a 17 degree rotation towards the driver.
It is built into the engine control computor.
under hood on driver side
Where the motor and trans meet on the driver side
the camaro. Depends on the driver.
under driver side kick panel
It depends on the driver and the care it is given.
yes a Chevy Camaro ss is faster because the torque and horsepower in the Camaro are higher but it all depends on the driver.
Low 13s In your dreams ... a stock 1996 camaro z28 even if its a 6spd runs 13.8's on factory rubber with a driver...
open driver door look on side of dash remove cover there it is.
two, one on passenger side & one on driver side.
A 97 Camaro came with an LT1 not LS1. Its fuel pump relay would be behind the kick panel on the driver side below the dash.
The Camaro has about 230 hp and the mustang has 140 hp but besides that its all about the driver I beat an 02 mustang in my camaro in the 1/4 by almost 2 seconds Another answer well I am pretty sure ford re did the engine in 99 and the hp is 180hp and the camaro should be 200-210 camaro should when by 2 sec. at most.
under the vehicle, in front of the driver side rear tire.
Depends on how good of a driver you are haha :) but usually about 13.8 to 14.3
Its located in the right(driver) side under the exhaust manifold....
yes if your are talking about race here.It really depends on the driver of the road.
It's supposed to be where the dash meets the windshield right in front of the driver.
The firing order on the Chevy camaro is 18436572 -- 1,3,5,7 being on the left (driver side) front to back and the 2,4,6,8, being right side -- front to back !
Please explain, WHAT driver head .
underneath the driver side between the rear tire and the door.
It will be on the driver side of the engine....next to the oil filter.
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there should be one fuse box between your driver side door and the side of your dash and there is another one under the hood of your car on the driver side
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