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Old 04-19-2011
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Power window problem

Discovered the other day that my passenger pwr window will roll down with the driver door switch but not the passenger door switch. When i push the passenger door switch I do hear a faint noise like the motor trying to move but it doesnt. Anyone had this problem or could enlighten me whether it would be a relay or the switch? I would think switch, but then are there double relays for that window since it has a switch on both sides?
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Try the switch first, i don't think there is a double relay in the windows. i think there's only one relay, one fuse.
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x2 on the switch. there might just be corrosion but i suggest just replacing it. As soon as i got my truck with power options i got like 3 of each switch lol
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x2 on the switch. there might just be corrosion but i suggest just replacing it. As soon as i got my truck with power options i got like 3 of each switch lol
at least you don't have 94 swtiches, i'm pretty sure you can only find them in a 94. what little ones of them came with power stuff.
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at least you don't have 94 swtiches, i'm pretty sure you can only find them in a 94. what little ones of them came with power stuff.
haha dang. you want some spare ones? i might be able to find some at the jy.
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haha dang. you want some spare ones? i might be able to find some at the jy.
nah, i got one more. and that'll go with the truck. hopefully nothing breaks between now and when i sell it.
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nah, i got one more. and that'll go with the truck. hopefully nothing breaks between now and when i sell it.
lol ok
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Thanks guys, luckily never had a problem with any my windows until now...
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