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Diagnosing & Replacing The Power Window Motor In An S10 Blazer
Power window systems in late vehicles are built on 3 basic platforms. The scissors system is by far the most popular, and is what this article will show. Although the vehicle shown is a Chevy S10 pickup, most scissors systems (especially GM's) are very similar.
The first step in diagnosing a power window motor that doesn't move is to check the fuses and/or circuit breakers! Check for power with the ignition key in the on position.
If the power checks out, remove the door panel and liner on the offending door.
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