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Old 03-19-2012, 09:55 PM   #1
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hi guys my problem is like this, my front driver window sometimes opens sometimes doesnt and sometimes stops in middle. what happens next when i press the botton to open or close it i get a clicking noise coming from the front electronic module (i think). does anyone have any ideas as to what the problem can be and how it can be fixed? thanx julius
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You need to check power and ground at the motor. They are common for going bad. They have an internal thermal breaker that cuts out.

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Check the battery terminals under the hood. Be sure they are clean and making good connections.

If that does not work, do a voltage drop test with a multimeter from the battery + to power going to the motor and from battery - to the ground at the motor. And I mean from the battery POST, not the terminal on the battery post. Someone will need to hold a test lead to the battery post.

For all about this test, search google.com for the words...
voltage drop test
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