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2001 z71 Drivers side window will not roll up please help. RAIN TOMORROW!

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by Pugh-dog, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. Pugh-dog

    Pugh-dog New Member

    i have a 2001 chevy z71 with power windows, doors, mirrors. my driverside window will not roll up. Although my passenger side is woeking just fine
     
  2. kennyb79

    kennyb79 Rockstar 100 Posts

    grab ahold of it and help it help while pushing the button, you may even need somebody else to hold the button while you sandwhich it between both hands to force it. otherwise you'll have to take the door apart and se if it the motor or cable.
     
  3. Pugh-dog

    Pugh-dog New Member

    the window is rolled all the way down though
     
  4. KidHauler

    KidHauler Epic Member 5+ Years 500 Posts

    Try pushing the button while pounding the inside door panel with the side of your fist. Like mentioned above, it's either the motor or harness, and sometimes pounding on the door knocks the motor out of its flatspot.

    Good luck,
     
  5. kennyb79

    kennyb79 Rockstar 100 Posts

    yep its worth a try, pound it with the palm of your hand while trying to roll it up...also try rolling it from the drivers side, maybe its a switch...only other thing I can think of would be take the door panel apart and then you should be able to grab the bottom and pick it up. once you get it back up you can wedge something in there to hold it. I had to do this once, I held it up with a chunk of styrofoam insulation. changing out the motor and track isn't all that hard...it just takes time and patience. good luck.
     

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