Several hundred bucks per window. But there is good news. You need to first find out if your Chevy is "set up" for power windows. Some cars have all the "supports put in and the holes drilled" for installation of the hardware, but it was just left off that model. First, you'd be advised to find out if you car make and model had the power windows as an option, and then if your car specifically has places to mount the stuff. The reason this is important is because if you have this as an option for your ride and you have the "ready-to-go" doors, you can try to locate all the drive stuff at an auto wrecker, and this will save you money and give you a leg up with the install 'cause it's all OEM for your vehicle. This could get really expensive as the inner door panels with all the switches may be what you need to make it all look good. Either that or you'll be fabricating mounts for those switches and the motors and drive assemblies. Or your local auto body shop will. A skilled craftsman can make almost anything work, but why not go for a "bolt up" solution if you can? It's cheaper and the end product will be tailor made for your ride. Think this project through. Make a list of all the stuff you'll need from motors to switches to wiring and weigh your options. Do some homework and ask some questions at some auto salvage places. Maybe even at a friendly dealership parts department. Go early before they get busy and take a dozen doughnuts to introduce yourself. Generally, these guys are pretty sharp. They know what's inside your car 'cause they see that stuff all day. Don't forget that there are a zillion auto dismantlers online now, too, as well as places like eBay and Craigslist. Good luck.
Probably the fuse for your power windows look at the manual find out which fuse it is and change it.
check with www.lmctruck.com for a conversion kit. otherwise,find a truck that has them and remove everything including wires and switches and transfer it to your truck
The wiring diagram for the power windows for a Pontiac Montana should be in the owner manual. A manual can be purchased if the original is not with the car.
Yes, the repair procedure for power windows on Chevy pickups from 1995 to 2001 is the same.
Not if they are electric windows.
Buy a new car!
The fuse or relay for power windows on a 2002 Chevy Blazer is located under the dash near the emergency brake. It can be readily replaced by pulling it out.
Check your power steering fluid.
For a 1987 there is no automatic doors or windows for A Chevy Astro Fuse is underneath the steering colum along the Driver side feet...
check power to fans,if power check fan sensor!!
You'll still have the wiring running to the doors, but yes. There's no problem in replacing a power window door with a manual. The other way around is much more difficult.
Check your fuses.
Check the fuse
It probably needs a new motor.
This is a guess , but check fuse # 14 - 15 amp - for ACCESORY DELAY RELAY ( power windows , moonroof , Flip windows )
Your owners manual has a complete diagram of fuse location and what they protect.
power or manual?
Yes, it has power windows, which go out repeatedly. I've spent $900 now repairing those stupid windows three times since I bought my car in 2000.
The windows on a Chevy Blazer may not roll down if the power window mechanism has been damaged or broken. This can be repaired through a reputable mechanic.
check the fuses..
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