Sounds like the window motor is going on you. Same problem on my Grand AM passenger side, you can help pull the window up so your doing most of the work until you get a new motor though. Power windows work on the vehicles electrical system. Most power windows have either a fuse or relay in the electrical circuit. Check to see if the fuse or relay has gone bad first, this also will prevent the windows from operating.
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change the window motor as it's getting hot and shutting down.
Sometimes you have to click on the window before accessing the scrolling feature again. If you move the mouse off the window, and then back onto it again, you will need to do that.
When my back window would not roll down, I checked the rear window wiper assembly. The blade assembly needs to be down in a certain position before the window rolls down. Mine happened to be a little stuck up in between the window and the black insulation. Just wiggle the wiper down a little and try again.
Check to make sure your rear window is not down a little bit. I could not get the rear w/s wiper or the rear window defroster to work until I lowered the rear window and then closed it again. Problem solved. Hope it works for you, too !
Close the window press the button again as if to close and listen for a click window reset
trans ams and firebirds have always had weak electric motors for their windows and locks it may be a bad ground or the motor itself could be whipped or the other reason could be the rubber seal is too thick around the window so it slows it down. It's overheating because its burned out (the window motor). It needs to be replaced.
spray silicone lubricant on the rails of the window roller upper. clean it first.
OK, This is my first time posting a question and I thought it was like an email deal..... My 1999 Chevy astro drivers side door window works intermittently. Sometimes it works fine, and sometimes it only works a little at a time. It usually doesn't have a problem going down, but when I go to roll it up, it stalls, and I have to wait (for a minute or so) to hit the button to advance it some more before it quits again. Anyone have an idea on what is causing this? I am having the same problem with my 2000 Astro. The window rolls down fine but occasionally it will not roll up. It seems if I turn off the engine and then restart, then I can get the window to roll up. (Or this is just a coincidence.)
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Automatically detect and update drivers and software. Same goes for keeping your drivers up to date. Again, sometimes it will, but sometimes it won't.
That the bird did not see the window. Or it was sick / tired / dying already. Put bird stickers on the window to prevent it from happening again!
It can mean either - see you again/later in a few minutes or just a minute ago/a little while ago according to the context.
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The reason you have to wait a couple minutes for it to move again is because the circuit breaker has popped and it resets itself after it has cooled off. The reasons the circuit breaker pops in the first place could be, a faulty circuit breaker, a faulty power window motor or the window track is binding.
If you use this window a lot, the window regulator will wear out. The window regulator is an X assembly with bushings and an electric worm gear motor. When the bushings wear out and the temperature is hot they misalign and will not allow the window to move. Check out Partspeople.com for a new regulator assembly with a new motor. You will have to take off the outer door skin to replace the window regulator, it is held on by about 10 torx head screws, the door handle and the mirror. Good Luck
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Remove the battery cables for 5 minutes, should do it. Then the computer will reset and relearn after driving again. If a major fault was present before, it will return via the check engine light. If you need an inspection, then unhooking the battery for 5 minutes and driving maybe 20-40 miles and then going for inspection may do the trick. There is a small window where the check engine light hasn't come on yet and the IM monitors are mostly ready for inspection.....just before the check engine light comes on again. It will pass, in this window. But when the check engine light comes on again, it will not pass.
You left the window open again.
First you should soak it in warm water for about 30 minutes so it will calm down then wrap it up so you don't damage it any more and after about 3 weeks it should be normal again.
It's just a little bug. Close it down wait for a few minutes then try again, used to happen to me but now it's gone!