the window switch is bad
On any power window system: 1- check the fuses 2- check the switches 3- check the motor, go up/down and listen for an attempt for the motor to move 4- check the window relay
Defective passenger power window switch. It is stuck in the down position. Raise the window and immediately disconnect the switch until you can replace it.Defective passenger power window switch. It is stuck in the down position. Raise the window and immediately disconnect the switch until you can replace it.
needs a new window motor and regulator
Broken regulator. REplace it. Here's how:http://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/replace-a-power-window-motor-regulator
Disconnect the battery.Remove the door panelRemove the power window motorRemove the regulator spring.Move the window down a bit and remove the two 10MM nuts from the window.Twist the window spring stud counter-clockwise.Now you should be able to remove the window regulator.
A power window relay switch relays the power from the car's battery, to the switch itself, and then to the window motor. When pressing the button inside of the car it allows the power to go from the relay switch to the motor and roll the window up or down.
Binding window trim. Can you help it up. Silicone spray the window tracks. test the window switch
Bad regulator maybe?
Anyone have prob w/ sentra power window? Won't go up or down. IF YOUR WINDOW IS NOT MOVING AT ALL(UP OR DOWN) IT IS YOUR MOTOR BUT IF IT IS MOVING EITHER UP OR DOWN, MEANING IT WILL MOVE ONE DIRECTION BUT NOT ANOTHER THEN IT'S YOUR SWITCH
Power the window all the way down then hold it for five seconds after its completely down. then power the window all the way up and hold it for an additional five seconds. The convertible top should be up during this window 'reset'.
dodge truck power window mmotor not running and window falls down
IF THIS IS A POWER WINDOW THE MOTOR IS GOING BAD.IT HAS THE POWER TO PULL THE WINDOW DOWN BUT PUSHING IT UP IS MUCH HARDER FOR THE MOTOR.GEARS COULD ALSO BE THE ISSUE IN THE MOTOR IF IT MAKES A GRINDING NOISE IT IS THE GEARS,IF JUST NOT PUSHING UP THE WINDOW THE MOTOR IS JUST GOING BAD.
Yes, you can remove the door panel and manually let the window down. When you do this, be careful not to break the window.
The spring that assists the window to the up position is very strong and do not attempt to remove the old motor with the window in the down position. Your fingers wil thank you. -Inspect the power window switches for broken or loose wires. -Check the power window fuse or circuit breaker. -Remove door panels and check power window motor wires to see if they are loose or damaged. Inspect the glass mechanism for damage which can cause binding. -If it's only one window not working and all the above checks out ok then you may have to replace the window motor.
You'll probably need to buy a new power window motor, if it's power window, that is.
window make a noise, but won't roll down
A UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) has a battery in it that will give you a short window of time to save your work and power down your computer. Some models have software that will tell the computer to save everything and power down your computer without you having to be there.
If there is any of the window up and you can grab it you can pull it up and then with both hands, one on each side, push the window up. If it is completely down you can't do it. How about removing the power window switch and either replacing it or wire around it long enough to get the window up.
You may have a short in the power window switch.
The directions are in your manual. Roll the window down, roll the window up, release the button then hold it up for two seconds, roll the window down, release the button then hold it down for two seconds. Repeat that for each window.
bad power window motor