Could you tell us your specific problems and perhaps we can help.
If your window or locks don't work, often the wires between the door and the
frame (near the hinge) crack and break and need to be fixed with some
If your window works for a bit and then quits, the window switch has a
'safety' in it. If the window has too much resistance, it will overheat the
bimetallic connection and disconnect the power until it cools. Make sure all
the window tracks are clean and lubricated (silicone) to reduce the friction
on the window.
Another fantastic resource is www.astrosafari.com
My problem is exactly as You described, the window works for a bit and then
I removed the switch and attached the power to the contacts and I saw this
Sometimes the window fully opened at once and sometimes it stops and I have
to wait appr. 30 sec. and try again. The same happens at closing window.
I have opened today the door panel and get out the engine, after that I
removed the automatic reset circuit from the engine and put wire between the
After that I discovered new problem, the pink wire that supply 12V power to
the switch doesn't supply the power.
I tried to chek which fuse is for window engine but all fuses are ok.
Maby You know where this pink wire is going?
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