It probably is something simple like that, but you really should pick up a Chilton's or Haynes manual for the car. There's a bunch of little steps with fine print and detailed pictures on how to get into the mechanism to check and repair as needed.
What I found is this: Remove headliner. Remove 2-pin connector from motor. Run (large gauge) jumper to battery + and -. See if motor turns. Reverse jumpers. Verify motor operation. If motor doesn't turn in both directions, replace motor.
If motor works, use a meter or test light to make sure motor is receiving power and that it changes polarity when the different buttons are pressed.
Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 AT 12:16 PM