driver side power window will not go up

Asked by Jun 20, 2010 at 11:50 AM about the 2002 Saturn L-Series 4 Dr L200 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I can not get my driver side power window to go up

saturn 2002 L200

3 Answers

55

had the same problem. it was the window switch. the window would go up if i pulled hard enough on the switch.

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If you hear the electric motor running when you try to raise the window, then it is what is called the window regulator is broken and will have to be replaced. Not expensive if you can do it your self, but costly in a shop. I had to do left & right on my Jag, the shop quoted me $750. to do the job. I did it for $156.00 myself. for both doors.

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If the switch itself is broken, not the motor, then you can get spare parts from Saturn or a junkyard, and replace the switches in the center console panel yourself.

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