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Okay so some of you may have read my Window Problem that I had a week or so ago.. well unfortantly yesturday my window I put on auto-up and it went 3/4 way up, then back down again (as if there was something blocking it from going up fully). So I grabbed it in fear it'd go all the way down into teh door. Today, window was working alright, went got my hair cut, window rolled down fine, then put it up when I got on the highway, got off the highway..now the sucker doesn't want to come down...figures

So I assume the track is getting more friction again. And my PAM cooking oil spray is starting to wear off.

So off to the auto part store for some slick grease, and another eventfull day to take off my door and lube some metal..

..this truley is...a stupid ******* problem.....:ftard:
 

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uhhhhh........

Have you considered that the motor might be going bad??
 

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!!!! Go chivas!!!!!
 

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Okay so some of you may have read my Window Problem that I had a week or so ago.. well unfortantly yesturday my window I put on auto-up and it went 3/4 way up, then back down again (as if there was something blocking it from going up fully). So I grabbed it in fear it'd go all the way down into teh door. Today, window was working alright, went got my hair cut, window rolled down fine, then put it up when I got on the highway, got off the highway..now the sucker doesn't want to come down...figures

So I assume the track is getting more friction again. And my PAM cooking oil spray is starting to wear off.

So off to the auto part store for some slick grease, and another eventfull day to take off my door and lube some metal..

..this truley is...a stupid ******* problem.....:ftard:

IF I remember correctly, most of the checks for the window have to do with the-

a.) serial link from:
1. the fuse box in the engine compartment
2. to the bcm (the black box underneath the steering wheel)
3. to the driver's side window switch
4. which then goes to the passenger side switch

you're problem is probably not the serial link

b.) tests for continuity and voltage which results in replacing one of the harnesses

c.) the motor

d.) just replacing the bcm as a last alternative. You don't want to replace the bcm. It costs about $383 plus tax.


If I had to guess... just outrightly guessing...

A. I would say it's the problem that you dealt with earlier. It's just that,

1.) you didn't clean it enough AND
2.) If you removed the glass, you should also reset the limit switch

To reset, do the following:
1. Raise the glass to the top position.
2. While pressing and holding the reset switch, lower the glass to
the bottom position.
3. Release the reset switch. Verify that the reset switch returns to
the original position, and then raises the glass to the top position.
Do not operate the glass automatically to raise the glass to the
top position.

B. Or it could be your motor Don't forget to reset your limit switch if you take out your motor.

God bless. Hope you have success.

aL
 

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IF I remember correctly, most of the checks for the window have to do with the-

a.) serial link from:
1. the fuse box in the engine compartment
2. to the bcm (the black box underneath the steering wheel)
3. to the driver's side window switch
4. which then goes to the passenger side switch

you're problem is probably not the serial link

b.) tests for continuity and voltage which results in replacing one of the harnesses

c.) the motor

d.) just replacing the bcm as a last alternative. You don't want to replace the bcm. It costs about $383 plus tax.


If I had to guess... just outrightly guessing...

A. I would say it's the problem that you dealt with earlier. It's just that,

1.) you didn't clean it enough AND
2.) If you removed the glass, you should also reset the limit switch

To reset, do the following:
1. Raise the glass to the top position.
2. While pressing and holding the reset switch, lower the glass to
the bottom position.
3. Release the reset switch. Verify that the reset switch returns to
the original position, and then raises the glass to the top position.
Do not operate the glass automatically to raise the glass to the
top position.

B. Or it could be your motor Don't forget to reset your limit switch if you take out your motor.

God bless. Hope you have success.

aL
Thanks bud!! I'll try testing the voltage and reset the limit switch!:hi:
 
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