I took your advice and info on the fix for the turn signal on my
stepdaughter's 93 rodeo and now it all works great!!!! Thanks again.
On a side note, I read (and I believe this was you again) about the window
problems with this model. I have taken the driver side controls apart and
found them very dirty. Unfortunately that didn't fix the problem. The
windows are still either not moving at all or....like the passenger side...
down, but no up. I thought someone said something about voltage regulators,
but I can't find the thread. Anyone out there with a repeat of that info?
Glad I could be of assitance with the turn signal.
I don't think it was me about the window... while I had problems with
my driver side I didn't repair it... I had a shop do it. (and boy did
I pay.) Are you sure it was voltage regulator? the window regulator
is the mechanism that is used to raise and lower the window... never
understood why they called it a regulator.
I posted something a while back about the drivers window in our Trooper - it
would go down, but not back up. I ended up swapping around wires on the
switch module to switch the driver and front passenger buttons. You can now
use the drivers control to lower the passenger window, you just have to lean
over to raise it back up. :-) But, if if that is a problem on all of your
windows, that probably wouldn't help. If it is and you would like, I can
send my the notes I typed up - assuming it's the same thing in the Rodeo...
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