Rear vent windows will not close 2006 Montana fuse checked out ok both windows

Asked by Sep 20, 2016 at 03:17 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Montana SV6 Base Minivan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Did you check the window relay, I think it located in the fuse box...

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Yes relay was also checked

I had exactly this same problem, and after my "colorful metaphores" I found that the wire that supplies power to the windows was broken. This wire is in the harness that runs along side of the Passenger seat. It sits in a through under the carpet. The sand and water that seep in there was a great sandpaper and wore thru the insulation and the wire. I only where it was by pulling the fuse, installing a small wire into one side of the fuse holder, and putting a signal generator on the wire and following the signal until I lost it between the Passenger seat and the roof post. Pulled up the carpet, found the break, cut out the bad wire and soldered in a new piece...and the windows have worked ever since.

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