driver side window woes

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Mr Pockets
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driver side window woes

Postby Mr Pockets » Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:32 pm

Hello I'm a new user to the forum.

***MY TRUCK IS::1996 Nissan Pathfinder SE

I've had some trouble lately with my driver side window not rolling up. So I went out and got a new motor and replaced it. DIDN'T WORK!

So I thought the relay on the master control switch was bad. Bought a new control switch(to damn expensive) and THAT WASN'T IT EITHER!

So I thought maybe the regulating arms may be stuck. NOPE! I tried just running the new motor with the new switch and nothing!

I've checked the interior fuses and they all seem intact(nothing looks blown). I tried swapping the interior circuit breakers too. Except for one round one under the dash(above the 3 visible circuit breakers) that says 12V on it. Could that be it???

Got a Hayes manual and tried to route my problem. I've tried back probing the back of the master switch connector hub, however, I don't know what voltages I'm supposed to be reading there......book doesn't specifiy.

Anyone have this problem before?? **ONLY MY DRIVER SIDE POWER WINDOW DOESN'T WORK-doesn't roll up nor down**


Nighter-cdn
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nissan manual

Postby Nighter-cdn » Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:49 pm

Have you tried the Nissan manuals which are in pdf format in a hyperlink on this website? They have helped me out several times before.

Nighter-cdn
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nissan manual

Postby Nighter-cdn » Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:55 pm

You may have done this already but the manual says the following:


After each of the following operations are performed, reset the limit
switch (with built-in motor).
I Regulator removal and installation
I Removal of motor from regulator
I Operation of regulator as a single unit
I Door glass removal and installation
I Glass run removal and installation
SBT041A
RESET PROCEDURES
NABT0029S02
After installing parts, proceed as follows:
1. Close the door window completely.
2. Press the reset switch and open the door window completely.
3. Release the reset switch. After making sure the reset switch
has returned to the original position, close the door window
completely.
4. The limit switch is now reset.
CAUTION:
Be sure to manually open or close the door

Mr Pockets
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Postby Mr Pockets » Tue Feb 16, 2010 10:15 am

[Q]Close the door window completely. [/Q]

Did you get that from the PDF file? I don't know where the reset switch is...
And I can't close my window completely. Or do you mean the door only?

Nighter-cdn
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window

Postby Nighter-cdn » Fri Feb 19, 2010 10:13 am

Yup, straight out of the service manual.

At the top of the r50 forum (3rd down) is a section entitled "service and other manuals"

click it and then click on service manuals. click on the "body and trim" section and then "door" and you will see a diagram. hope this helps!


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