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rear side window of crew cab has no power

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Postby gunit [OP] » Apr 27 2010, 5:24am

My passanger rear side window will not go up or down, I used a test light and it has no power going to it, I checked the switch first but it is fine. Is there a fuse that I am missing or can't locate also I can't find the wires that work that window on the drivers main control. Does anyone have any ideals? 2002 1500HD
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Re: power window

Postby lzn197 » Oct 02 2010, 2:33pm

You most likely have a Boken wire between the body and the door. The wire harness flexes every time the door is opened and it is a common failure. Sometimes you can run the door switch with your right hand as you slightly move the wire harness with your left and the window will work temporarily.
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Re: power window

Postby Dirtygray » Oct 03 2010, 1:49am

Check your plug contacts as well, you could have a connections that may have slipped loose from the connector.
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Re: power window

Postby Fraydknot » Oct 27 2010, 9:35pm

I have the same problem on the same right rear window. The rear left did it once but started working again. I will try lzn 197's idea and let you know what happens.
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Re: power window

Postby BatWolf » Sep 09 2014, 5:36am

I had this happen, exactly. Removed driver door quad-switch and disassembled only to find a fried surface mount component on the switch circuit board. Ultimately traced this to a faulty right rear window motor that was pulling too much current. Replaced window motor/regulator, replaced quad-switch module in driver door, but now the right rear window only goes down but not up from the driver door. From the right rear door switch it works fine. All switch contacts have been cleaned. Checked for broken wires in the flex hose between door and body = all good. Even perform a recall issue where, inside the left and right center cab beam that houses the driver-front and passenger-front seat belts, the wire harness rubs on a sharp metal edge and shorts. GM, on certain years, didn't apply proper wiring shield (flexible plastic conduit) and poorly wrapped wire harnesses in this specific area. I looked at and applied protection to both of mine on the pass. and driver side, but that isn't my issue either. I read on another thread about 3 months ago that I evidently need to head into a dealership and have the shop plug into my computer and do a re-learn for the BCM since I replaced a switch component. Not sure about that and haven't gone in since local dealership wants to charge me $120 evaluation fee. :x :x

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