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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-07-2019, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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Getz power window problem

Hello everyone ,
i have a hyundai getz 1100cc 2002 model and recently the passenger power window stopped working properly.It can go down but sometimes it doesnt go up either from passengers switch or the drivers.i checked the connections on the switch with a multimeter and seemed fine i also connected the motor directly to 12 volts and worked without a problem . Any ideas what is the problem?
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Hello everyone ,
i have a hyundai getz 1100cc 2002 model and recently the passenger power window stopped working properly.It can go down but sometimes it doesnt go up either from passengers switch or the drivers.i checked the connections on the switch with a multimeter and seemed fine i also connected the motor directly to 12 volts and worked without a problem . Any ideas what is the problem?
You need to check the wiring and find the common area that will effect both switches.





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Thank you for your answer i will check the connection and hope the problem is there
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Hello everyone ,
i have a hyundai getz 1100cc 2002 model and recently the passenger power window stopped working properly.It can go down but sometimes it doesnt go up either from passengers switch or the drivers.i checked the connections on the switch with a multimeter and seemed fine i also connected the motor directly to 12 volts and worked without a problem . Any ideas what is the problem?
I would try swapping out the switch if the power seems ok those switches are in series and I think the passenger side is the last in the line. I hope this helps

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I had a similar problem with my Mazda. I just replaced the motor, it didn't have the torque to wind the window up.
Worked fine with no load but unable to move the window.
Had the capacitor blown? (gcauto)
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I'd say one of the switches failing is the most likely cause, assuming the window doesn't even try to move up. As above, the two switches are connected in series, so it could be either the driver's door switch or the one on the passenger door.

FWIW, in my experience, it's more often the one on the driver's door that causes the problems. But I always do a bypass test to confirm before replacing anything.

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Had the capacitor blown? (gcauto)
No, I doubt that.
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