How do I operate the power sliding back window?

How do I operate the power sliding back window?
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There is a Power Sliding Back Window located on the roof of your truck. You can open this window at any time, just like the windows on the doors. To open the Power Sliding Back Window.

Locate the Power Sliding Back Window control on the overhead console.
Press and hold the Power Sliding Back Window switch to open the window all the way.

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There are a multitude of reasons why your car window might not roll up, including: The fuses are blown, preventing the electrical controls handling the window from working. The child safety lock is engaged by accident. The window switch is functioning correctly, but the window motor has malfunctioned.
If all of the windows quit working at once, meaning there is no response when you push the power window switch, chances are there is a loss of power in the electrical system. Normally, a bad relay or blown fuse is the cause of this problem. The drivers master switch may also be the cause.
Open and slam your door while holding the window switch in the up position while the ignition is on. Hold the window switch in the up position and hit the spot over the motor with something blunt, like your fist.

Relevant Questions and Answers :

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Power window on driver side goes down when car placed in reverse or drive without touching power window buttons.
ANSWER : Hi there. The only thing that would cause this is an electrical short, caused perhaps by an exposed wire in the power window module, which is located in the center console of your Ford Explorer. The best advice we could offer would be to have a professional mobile mechanic come to your location to complete an electrical problems inspection to try and isolate the source of this issue.

How do I operate the power sliding back window?
ANSWER : There is a Power Sliding Back Window located on the roof of your truck. You can open this window at any time, just like the windows on the doors. To open the Power Sliding Back Window.

Locate the Power Sliding Back Window control on the overhead console.
Press and hold the Power Sliding Back Window switch to open the window all the way.

Driver’s side windows do not properly function
ANSWER : If removing the driver door window switch (or the driver-side console switch), and applying direct power to the harness yields successful operation of the window, the problem is the switch that was removed for the test. This can be confirmed utilizing a voltmeter/multimeter, and following the "power path" from the fuse, to the switch, to the output side of the switch (harness plug side of the switch), etc. A YourMechanic technician can assist with the diagnosis of your window issue and help you fix it accordingly.

Having a problem with the passenger side window switch; the window will go down but not back up
ANSWER : Hi there, this issue generally comes up often when we see a power window that does not work on the passenger switch, but still works with the driver’s master switch. It means that the passenger side window switch has failed. The fact that the drivers switch operates the window properly lets you know that the window components all function properly as that the problem is probably electrical.

A technician that is diagnosing this would use the wiring diagram to find the proper wires to test and check for power when the window is rolled up to see if there is power present when the window is commanded to roll down with the switch. Given that you are still under warranty, this scenario should be something the dealership would resolve free of charge as part of the warranty. If the vehicle is only under powertrain warranty and not the full warranty, the technicians at YourMechanic are able to provide diagnosis for your window and can perform a power window switch replacement for you if necessary.

None of my power window will go up or down. And I just replace the power window relay
ANSWER : Check the 20 amp power window circuit breaker in the engine compartment fuse box. If the circuit breaker is sending power to the relay then the main power window switch will need to be checked to see if it is getting power on the yellow and light green wire at the switch. If you are getting power, then the problem will be in the main control switch. Check for power at the yellow, white, and black wires that go to the front power window motor, they should have power when you move the driver window switch up or down with the key in the on position. If you find that there is no power then the switch is at fault. If you need more help diagnosing the problem, contact a certified mechanic who can assess the issue with your windows and make the necessary repairs.

Electrical issue with window
ANSWER : Hi there. If you are still unsure after testing both components, you could always make a switched jumper wire, or use a circuit tester that is capable of acting as a switch. This way, you can avoid having to buy another switch and taking a chance that it is not the problem. Or you could supply voltage directly to the motor, in a short burst, to see if the motor functions in each direction. Just be aware that you need to be careful not to injure yourself around the moving parts. If you would like to have an expert perform this procedure for you, a qualified professional from YourMechanic can come to your car’s location to diagnose the electrical system and follow through with proper repairs.

2008 GMC Acadia: passenger side window switch will make the window go down, but not back up. Now master switch on driver’s side wo
ANSWER : The switch internals of one or both switches are faulty or there is a bad connection to the switches. To resolve this, the switches have to be removed from the door so that you can get access to the terminals. From there it is a simple matter of testing for switch continuity or power on the right terminals when the switch is supposed to be commanding up or down operation. Any switch not working as intended is condemned and replaced. If you want these steps performed by a certified Mechanic, dispatched by YourMechanic right to your location, please request a power window switch diagnostic and the responding certified mechanic will get this resolved for you. If you have further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to re-contact YourMechanic as we are always here to help you.

Just bought 2016 versa note cpo dealer fleet. at 35 mph up with 2 back windows down bad vibration which gets worse with speed. Rol
ANSWER : This is a known issue with this and like vehicles and relates to the behavior of air as it flows past the openings at high speed. The phenomenon is simply a consequence of the design of the vehicle. It may be possible to engineer some sort of air deflectors or other surfaces that disrupt what in essence have been described as "mini-tornadoes" passing the window threshold. An engineering specialist would have to deal with that of course, although I suppose you can always perform your own experiments. If you have further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to re-contact YourMechanic as we are always here to help you.