FOLLOW THESE STEPS EXACTLY FOR ANYONE WHO IS HAVING SIMILAR WINDOW PROBLEM. (it looks like most of the folks who wrote on this thread)ody2ody said:Well I don't have this problem, but I have pictures of the driver's side control switch removal which I took several months back. Maybe this can help some of you. There are no screws, just a whole bunch of clips You will have to becareful when prying the switch panel up. Pay attention to those rectangular holes in the first pic. Each of those holes represent where the clips are on the switch control.
This is exactly what happens when you need to replace them and if you replace them, it will work perfectly. It took me more than $100 to find out so you will be saving that $100.gabebauman said:So I checked all the pwr window fuses, none are blown. Removed the driverside power window control switch. Is that what I need to replace? My driverside window rolls down...but the passenger & both rear slider door windows do not roll down. I hear a click when I hit the switches for each of the other windows...but they will not go down.
When you say them...you mean it right? The entire master control panel?kaesan said:This is exactly what happens when you need to replace them and if you replace them, it will work perfectly. It took me more than $100 to find out so you will be saving that $100.
Thanks...I found this: http://www.odyclub.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=75463&highlight=keyless+remotedayasarath said:Gabe
The keyless entry signal receiver is attached to the window switch. Therefore, whenever you make changes to the window switch you need to re-activate the remote. I found the steps to reactivate the remote in this forum. Do a search. Good luck.