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94 gsr window problem


gsr07
10-29-2007, 03:52 AM
Hey everyone im just wondering why the drivers window doesnt go down with one click as it states in the cars manual.. Any possible answers would be much appreciated thanks!

MrWrongsalive
10-29-2007, 07:54 PM
Your driver's power window switch is a three position switch, up, down and auto down. The way this switch works is it locks the window in the down mode until there is to much work load on the motor (i.e. it hits the stops in the track) and like a circuit breaker the switch releases and resets. That's why you hear that pop in the switch when the window goes all the way down. If I were to guess at a broken part I would start with the power window switch. Wiring could be an issue, as some times water gets into the connectors on the door harness and causes the pins to corrode, this is usally evidenced by a green build up on the pins, Honda did put a dielectric grease in their door connectors to prevent this but I have seen instances where the grease wasn't enough.
GOOD LUCK

gsr07
10-30-2007, 04:18 PM
So u think its broken? I'm not sure because it looks like in good condition... other than that what should i try doing to see if its good or not? thanks for your reply

wheel1856
11-03-2007, 10:36 AM
IF the connections all seem good, test the relay to see if it is still in working condition. If the window is ever open during "inclement weather" water, snow, salt, crud can all get in there and work a number - everything from corroading the connections, to getting into the motor parts and such.

YOu may even just have gunk built up on the scissor arm that is cauing the motor to work harder than it has to - tripping the relay. Make sure all the moving parts on the regulator arm, gears, and slide are clean and lubed.

hankthetank21
01-04-2008, 02:49 PM
try pushing a little harder...dont just click it down...it has two stages the self adjust down- "First Click" then Auto Down "Secondary Click"...if that doesnt work the replace your Switch...:thumbsup:

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