I guess you'll have to take the door panel off and unplug the motor. Take your test light and clip the lead to ground and poke the sharp into one side of the connector that comes from the switch while you activate the switch while the key is on. If your test light lights up (try both sides of the connector) then your motor is probably bad.
It could be a switch, a connector or the motor.
Allright with a voltimitter check your switchs so when you roll them up or down you have power to the switch if not its your door switch. if you do have power check if you have power to your motor. there is no relay switch theres only fuses.
no power on the power windows switch
1. No power (blown fuse) 2. Defective switch 3. Defective motor
The switch could be bad at the passenger seat. The switch could be bad at the passenger seat.
remove door panel check to see if you are getting power and ground to motor. If so, bad motor--if no power to motor, check to see if you have power to switch if so ,bad switch--if not bad power feed to switch close but if the switch not on, you never get power to the motor.
it depends if it is the switch or the motor, get a repair manual from a part store.
Defective PW motor, short in the wiring or the switch.
the relay switch has gone bad or the motor is burnt out
Check to see if you are getting power to motorIf so bad motor, if not bad switch. broken wire, blown fuse
Check the fuse Check to see if you are getting power to the switch -if so see if you are getting power to the motor - if so probably a bad motor
The motor for the window could have gone out. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Faulty switch. Circuit breaker bad. Motor has expired. Requlator jammed. No power to relays. Y-THINK-Y
power door locks, power windows and 4x4 motor switch on the transfer case, hope this helps
If you've done all that you say, then the next logical thing would be to check the continuity of the circuit. If you've replaced the switch place a propbe at the fuse block and the other probe at the switch to see if there is any power reaching the switch. If there is power to the switch, then check from the switch to one of the window motors. I suspect that one of the wires between the switch and the window motor(s) is probably broken or shorted to ground. ALSO: Does your vehicle have a safety child lock-out switch for the windows? Make sure that it is not in the lock position.
There is no resetting it. Either your circuit won't close (could be due to a broken switch, broken or shorted wiring, a bad relay, etc.) or the window motor is toast.
check to see if the window switch of the driver's side is getting power, if you are getting power to the switch and the switch is sending power out to the motor but the motor is not responding the motor needs to be replaced
The ignition switch is bad. Replace it.
Check fuse Check to see if you are getting power and ground to switch Check to see if you are getting power to motors - if so bad motor
Generally with any power windows you need to check if you have power & ground to the motor. If you can put power to it, and it works, that tells you the motor is functioning. Then you need to replace the switch. If the motor doesn't work either up or down. Then the motor is bad.
First try all of the windows up and down. Write down exactly which windows do not move in response to a switch. Mention whether they fail with the driver-side master switch, the switch by that window or both.If the window is up and can still make a twitch up when you hit an up switch than you know the motor and its power is OK so your list of causes is cut down significantly. Even if the motor does not make the window twitch listen carefully with the engine off and the ignition on to hear whether there is a hum coming from the motor while you hold the switch down. Again that indicates power and that a switch is OK but doesn't say anything about the motor itself.
Remove door panel to check wiring to switch and motor See if motor is getting power through the switch - if so motor is bad If no power to motor check operation of switch - jump wires to test if window works bad switch
Wire, Switch, Motor, window regulator.
Check the fuses.
the only way i know is to disconnect or remove the motor and manually move the window up until the motor is replaced. sometimes also it could be just the switch.
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.