Date: Sun, 28 Mar 1999 14:58:48 -0500
From: "J. Pires" <worldnet.piresnopsamdnet.att.net>
Subject: Re: Second appeal - Power Window Problem  HELP!!!


Grant... The Bentley repair manual has a good component and circuit breakdown of the power window system. There is a relay under the backseat that is used for automatic control of the driver's side window, Center relay of the 3 relay set. in Addition there is a connector just inside the fender on the driver's side that connects to the motor, or at the motor itself, put power directly to it to see if it works (isolate from the system first). Remember that this motor needs a few amps, connecting directly to the battery will not move the window, I used a battery charger to do this on the 86 900T that I am parting out. If you hear the motor start but the window not move, reverse the leads (Up/Down). Note: Always check the motors on the bench before installing, specially the ones hard to get to. Good Luck Joe Grant C. Brunson wrote: > The driver's side window quit working the other day. It started going up > and just stopped about 1/3 of the way up. After determining it wasn't the > fuse or the switch, (I plugged in the passenger connector to the driver's > switch and the passenger's window worked fine) I assumed it was the motor > and bought a new one. The only problem is, the new motor doesn't work > either. Where do I look now? Is there a relay or something inbetween? > Anything else that can go bad? Any help would be greatly appreciated! > > I'm really proud of her. She's an '87 and only has 72,000 mi. > > Grant > > Please post response to this group or e-mail me directly at > gbrunsonnopsamsouth.net > > Thanks in advance!

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