sorry, but the test you did, was not correctThe Window Motor needs a Reversal CircuitSwitch held in Up position:One wire will have 12 Volts +One wire will have Ground -
Switch held in Down position:The wire that had 12 Volts + is now Ground -The wire that had Ground - is now 12 Volts +
If voltage & Ground checks as above, Replace the Window MotorIf voltage & Ground do not check as above, test incoming into SwitchLook for "broken wires" in Driver & Passenger Kick Panel / Door Boot (where harness goes into door)
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From the Switch on the "2" wires that go to the Motor, it should be as I posted aboveGround - on one12 Volts + on the other
Then "reverses" for the opposite way
If Voltage & Ground shows correct on the 2 wires at the Window Motor, Motor needs to be Replaced
Very sorry...........totally spaced it out
1. Is there some way to raise the window glass until I track down a motor? (the door is still disassembled) A) You will need to disconnect a) Glass from Regulator "or" Disconnect Regulator from Door, Raise Glass & make shift something to hold Regulator & Glass Up
2. Is there a trick to replacing the motor? The door appears to be a one-piece unit, with no large holes in the neighbourhood of the motor. And I'll have to get the un-visible gears to mesh when reinstalling it.
A) Here is procedures
click link below
REMOVE REGULATOR & MOTOR
procedure above says to Rivet, but you can use short #8 bolts & nuts, just be sure to use short ones & check for any clearance problems very carefully
sorry works here.It is .pdf & you need Adobe Acrobat to view, not to mention SITE Problems.....
here is reprint, but you may not be able to print the complete
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