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2007 power windows problem

Hope I can get some help on this I have a 2007 Elantra the driver's power windows does not work at all the rear driver's window only works from the rear switch the master swich works both passenger side windows fine I replaced the master switch and same issue I'm guessing the motor is bad in the driver's door but what would cause the rear window not to work can find no broken wires could the driver's motor short out the rear switch too any help would be appreciated I put direct power to the driver's motor and other just arcs and heats up when power applied
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Hope I can get some help on this I have a 2007 Elantra the driver's power windows does not work at all the rear driver's window only works from the rear switch the master switch works both passenger side windows fine I replaced the master switch and same issue I'm guessing the motor is bad in the driver's door but what would cause the rear window not to work can find no broken wires could the driver's motor short out the rear switch too any help would be appreciated I put direct power to the driver's motor and other just arcs and heats up when power applied
Need to know where you are applying B+. If you are unplugging the motor and applying B+ and ground and the motor does not operate you switch the wires and try if still not motor movement the motor is open. If you just get sparks and hot it's shorted but that would have blown the fuse. Not sure where you applied but try operating the motor as described and get back to us.

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Power was applied with a probe to each wire while plugged into the motor no fuse blew
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Power was applied with a probe to each wire while plugged into the motor no fuse blew
Wire colors? Do you have the diagrams for it? Try testing the motor the way I described. @wongpfh 2007 Elantra windows



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the driver's power windows does not work at all the rear driver's window only works from the rear switch
That sounds to me like there is no power supply to the driver's side switches on the master switch. But the switch on the rear door works, so the fuse must be OK.

Since the master switch has already been replaced my suspicion is the power supply wire is open circuit/broken somewhere between the fuse and the master switch, and the most likely place for that to happen is where the wire passes between the car body and the door since it is being flexed at that point every time you open & close the door.

When @wongpfh post the circuit diagram (and the master switch connector pinout) you can use that to confirm my suspicion.

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I put direct power to the driver's motor and other just arcs and heats up when power applied.....Power was applied with a probe to each wire while plugged into the motor no fuse blew
The motor wires are both grounds when the switch is at rest, so you basically just connected your power probe directly to ground which is why things got hot. The ground side of the circuit isn't fused and it sounds like your power probe isn't either.
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Thanks for the response's will pull plug and run direct power and ground to it will post outcome thanks again
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I found a window switch diagram on a google search. Looks like terminal 16 of the master switch connector is the power supply for the driver's side windows, assuming it's a LHD car.


Yellow wire on terminal 16 - check for 12V when the ignition is switched on



Master switch connector - Terminal Side

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