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Asked by Mar 06, 2011 at 02:38 PM about the Chevrolet Cavalier

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Yes my passenger window wont go down and lwhen it rains it leaks in my car. What kind I do in a inexpensive way. Please help. This girl needs it.

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10

have not figured window yet but mu passanger side leaked all the time, i think i fixed there is a drain hole under theblower housing that was pluged solid with yuk so all the water would leak in via the blower,fan, passenger side under the hood on the firewall hope this helps

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well i got some window visors for mine maybe put some WD-40 on it .

35

Window visor? Do you think it could be theswitch or something like that. Driver side works

1,885

Could be the buttons on the passenger door. Does it go up with the driver buttons? If not its either the button pad on the passenger side/ window door motor is bad.

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35

Thank you. It does on the driver's side but not the passengers. Does that cost alot?

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1,885

There around 60 dollars, might be able to pick one cheaper from a junkyard.

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Thank you so much!

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