Technician suggested it was either faulty wiring, micro control unit or switch panel going bad.
Window worked for a few days then quit again. Against better judgement, I paid the dealer $102 for a new switch, and of course after I installed it the window still doesn't work. I checked the incoming harness for voltage, and received readings on three slots. All of the other slots in the switch registered null. Am I right in assuming if the panel runs 4 functions, I should get positive readings on 4 wires?
This model has a dual operation switch for manual and auto up and down, a RH window button, a power door lock button, and a universal lock switch.
Should I just bite the bullet and bring it into a repair shop?0
have the same problem?
Monday, January 18th, 2010 AT 11:20 AM