car repairs


Question by  malineno (1)

How can I get the power windows in my car to close?

I have a 2000 Nissan Altima, and one of the windows -- power controlled, not manual -- won't close. Any ideas on how can I fix it?


Answer by  Jsands1982 (871)

First disconnect the negative battery cable before do any electrical work. Also remove the door panel that has the problem. Check the wires or the powercontrol and see if they have wear or damaged and needs to be replace. If all is well then whats left it your Window Motor


Answer by  pallaturk (26)

Check the wires in the door hinge area for damage. Give the window a push and see if it starts working. If not, you'll have to take the door apart.


Answer by  Sabharish (1610)

The power window problem may be due to worn out button or sensor or circuit damage. It can be replaced with a new one by checking which spare is damaged. After successful replacement of defective spare, your power window is ready for use. Try to avoid any water or dampness entering into the circuit.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Well determine the problem first. Check the fuses and switches to make sure they work. Then check your regulator to make sure it works.


Answer by  geethapriya (239)

Normally power window are fixed by the concern company only. Otherwise the power window was fixed by the local car accessories seller may fixed the power window to the car to close.

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