Power Window Troubleshooting

Power Window Troubleshooting – The Trainer Video Series

Motor Age — Imagine the convenience! Just push a button and the window goes down all by itself. This luxury item used to be reserved for only high-line cars many years ago but is now the standard. For years, the window switch had a direct path to the window motor and when the system didn’t work, troubleshooting was usually pretty straight forward. Today, though, that window switch may go to a computer instead, requiring the tech to review a little tech info before he even starts pulling door panels.

In this edition of The Trainer, we’ll take a look at some diagnostic tricks of the trade to help you make short work of repairing today’s power window systems.

Source: Motor Age

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Nick Taylor

Nick Taylor is the SureTrack Community Administrator and a Senior Applications Specialist at Mitchell 1 with over 25 years of experience with electronic repair data systems. Nick previously worked in the automotive dismantling and engine rebuilding industries.