driver door window

Asked by GuruN64J6 Nov 07, 2019 at 01:09 PM about the 2003 Buick Park Avenue

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

driver window won't go up or down, have power to motor, constant power to up
even with switch in neutral position.

6 Answers

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sounds like a new switch might be needed . you can reverse the wires to get the window up.

had switch unit totally apart and works properly, nothing stuck. would it be the door module or a relay ? all other switches work as they should. Thanks for any help.

1,490

try giving power to the motor from a 12 volt source to see if the motor is the problem

Used jumper wire from hot lead, touched both terminals on motor with no result.

1,490

sounds like motor needs to be replaced. The only way to confirm this is to try the same thing on the other side motor.

one wire to motor has constant power, even when unplugged it's still hot ? is relay or module stuck ?

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