Steve, Yes all other windows work fine, and yes I do have a DVM.
I am going to try to find you step by step info give me a second and I will be right back . Thanks Steve
Here is that info Thanks Steve
Steve, Sorry for the lapse of time, had to to take my wife to a Dr. appt. I'm glad it's not raining today.
Thank you for info to remove door panel. I'm going to take a crack at that now (without appropriate tools) and hope you'll bear with me so I can address the inoperative window.
Thank you, Bob...
I've managed to separate the "door lock" and window "up/down" switch from the "trim" panel.
There are 7 connections on the window up/down sw., the center contact is always hot (+12v) and the other 6 are at ground until the "up" sw. is depressed at which time 3 of the connections go to 12v.
I did not chek connections with swith in down position as there is only about 2 inches of glass to grab onto that's still showing.
I just reread the above dialog and realize that you asked for voltage read at the motor not the switch. Sorry. I will try to remove the rest of the trim panel in order to access the motor and get back to you.
Sorry for so much time taken.
Finally got over my fear of pulling that door panel off! But I did leave a half dozen plastic clips in the door frame...Oh well....
found the two wires going to the window motor and both are at ground, but each one reads 12v depending on up or down position of switch.
Motor seems to be culprit unless theres a mechanical bind in the "up" direction of glass.
I've pulled the speaker but am unable to get to the motor very well. This was not shown or referred to in the otherwise helpful diagram that you provided.
Thanks so much for the help that you've provided so far. Let me know if I'm asking too much of you.
OK Steve, I believe that we're almost at the end. If you can provide the info on replacing the motor I think we'll be done.
I meant to ask you if there are any limit switches that I need to worry about? For an amatuer like me it's there's no end to the questions. Thanks for your patience.
Here is that info. Thanks Steve
Thank you Steve...