Question about 1991 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
Electric windows move up and down very slow. sometimes stop and I have to wait for a minute and try the button again to get the window up or down. Sometimes stops and will not go back up or down. does it need lubracation or something.
You can try lubing the window tracks and regulator but I hunch the motor may be going bad, it has a circuit breaker built into it and it sounds as if it's kicking off and on. I hope this helps. Take care
Posted on Mar 07, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the cables are fraded, i had the same problem !!
best thing too do is go too ebay and get the whole assembly (and its new) for about 60.00 rather than get it form a parts store for 150.00
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Hey there Bubba,
Had the the same thing happen to me on that Blazer in my picture. All of them going at once is the key symptom here. What do all the windows have in common?
Check the the window functions from each door/window switch. Any difference in performance from the drivers controls?
The switch itself is usually the problem . Over time the contacts get scarred, worn and unable to transfer current. The drivers controls are used more often, as such are usually the first to develop symptoms.
I'd check out a local wrecking yard for an inexpensive replacement.
Let me know how it goes
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
SOURCE: window dont work
that would most definitely be your power window motor. the motor iself is worn out. if you remove the door panel you will see whats called the window regulator (holds the window in the tracks). you might be able to replace just the window motor but sometimes you have to replace the whole regulator assembly. it depends on the vehicle.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Try spraying silicone lube (generously) down the felt tracks on either end, as well as up sides, and see if that helps. Work window up & down.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
thats real tough to say, if you hear the motor trying but it wont budge than i could say possibly a bent regulator, but if you press the switch and hear nothing i would say possible a weak motor, or you might just have a combination of two, those are rivited in and ideal to get both regulator and motor in one piece because the motor itself is a pain in the ***, good luck
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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