why won't my driver side window go up?

Asked by Jan 15, 2017 at 10:27 PM about the 2002 Saturn L-Series 4 Dr L200 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2002 Saturn L200 my driver side window goes down when I push
the button down. I lift the button it won't come back up. I had to take the
inside panel out and push the window up while pulling the window switch up
with my finger. I didn't hear the window motor make any sound. when I
pushed the button down to let the window back down I heard the motor
click, but not up! Should I get a new window motor and regulator as a
precaution and replace both?

4 Answers

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You need to check the switch, if switch is bad, replacing window motor and regulator will not help. It's most likely the switch or the motor

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ok but the switch works to let the window down and the motor clicks but no sound or window movement when I pull the switch up. You still think it's the switch?

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The switch has 2 separate sets of contacts, up/dn

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Thanks I Just Checked out the switch and it is sticking when i put it in the up position. So I just ordered a switch and i'm going to switch it out as soon as it comes in. Thanks for your help!

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