Check the switch Here's the chart. Let me know what happerns, an easier method is to remove the door panel, use a voltmeter set to 2volt DC, dissconnect the window motor connector, press the button for down, place black probe on a ground, and the red probe into the harness side of the connection, you should get 12volts, if it doesnt show 12v try swapping the red probe into the other side of the connector at harness end. Test both up/down this way. The chart is to test switch continuity.
POWER WINDOW SWITCH CONTINUITY TEST (DRIVER'S SWITCH) Using an ohmmeter, check continuity between specified terminals with driver's power window switch in specified position. See appropriate DRIVER'S POWER WINDOW SWITCH CONTINUITY TEST table. See Fig. 1 or Fig. 2 . If continuity does not exist at specified terminals, replace power window switch.
Then test the motor like this: POWER WINDOW MOTOR TEST Using a 12-volt battery, connect positive battery lead to either power window motor terminal. Connect negative battery lead to other power window motor connector terminal. Motor should operate. Reverse battery leads. Motor should operate in opposite direction. If motor does not test as described, replace motor.
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009 AT 5:13 PM