is it easy to turn a power window on a 97 camaro into a manual window?


Asked by Nov 12, 2009 at 10:48 PM about the 1997 Chevrolet Camaro

Question type: Car Customization

my window isnt shutting like it should, its not the motor, its wat the motor attaches to on the door, and it is annoying, other than a junk yard, where can i get these parts

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from the dealership? but ya GM cars have some of the worst power windows. my dad was once trying to be funny and rolled down the power passenger window on our 2000 Pontiac Montana before we were going to go through a car wash. Intending to push the button to roll it back up before the machines started.we were already hitched onto the track when we realized that the window wasn't working. After that we realized that we were screwed because we were going to through a touchless car wash (uses high pressure waster) with no passenger side window. we didn't speak to each other for a half hour after that, then we couldn't stop laughing our asses off.


check out the track?? and see if anything hits as it goes up with the interior trim popped off?


its nothing with the track, its has to deal with the inside of the door behind the panel, is it an easy switch


If you switch to manual windows, you will spend more money on that switch out than having the window fixed. It could be a simple tract adjustment, replacement, or something out of order and need replacement. Go on the internet and you will find several places to get replacement parts. Summit catalog has parts for your window.

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