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Old 03-02-2006, 11:36 PM   #1
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Default Back right window not working,,,

My back right window wont go down nor up...
i swoped out my drive switch pannel and still doesn't work..
the switch on the back right door doesn't move it...

when i press the switch it sounds like it might try to move or something..

what might it be???

i think the window might be stuck in place or the moter might be dead..
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i would say maybe a loose connection or the window motor...as long as your other windows work, it is not the fuse...
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i would say maybe a loose connection or the window motor...as long as your other windows work, it is not the fuse...
yup all the others work fine
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have you removed the right rear switch from the door??? if that is disconnected then the window wont work
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Mines weird...once or twice it has not worked for a minute, then worked again. Been meaning to check connections but too busy. I'm guessing loose/corroded connection.
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did you just wash the car? I took my car to the wash and the back drivers window quit working for like a day or two. soon as it dried out the window worked fine again. I hear a little wind noise at high speed so I think I need to fix the molding
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Intermittent or right after washing issues can usually be cleared up by cleaning connectors and using a little dielectric grease on the connections
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Intermittent or right after washing issues can usually be cleared up by cleaning connectors and using a little dielectric grease on the connections

its not a wet thing, it wasn't working when i got the car and i new it befor i got it,
i just got bored last night and decided to ask to see if the was a quick fix

but ill try takeing off the door switch and checking it out tonight...
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Sorry Bandit..I tossed that in there for chr0m and maro...

I would think yours is probably a motor.
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FYI - There'* a vendor on ebay that sells the front motors for the 92-99 bonnies, but he doesn't post the rears since they don't fail as regularly. If you contact him, he'll list one for you.
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