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Passenger window problem 200 1990

I drive a 1990 Volvo 240 sedan. I cruised around with the windows down yesterday and stopped at a store. When I got back to my car the passenger front window wouldn’t roll down again. Up until that point the window worked fine. The window still makes an effort to roll up when pressing the switch, but no effort to roll down. The same thing happens with the switch on the driver door and the switch on the passenger door. The motor is clearly getting power but something is preventing it from wanting to go down. Any ideas?





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    Passenger window problem 200 1990

    Sound like a switch problem to me too. Had exactly the same problem with rear passenger window on my 90 240. Ending pulling out both window switch and master control switch. Cleaned and replaced. Fixed!

    Caveat: Do this delicately so you don’t break the switch. Broke a rear window switch on my 850 when trying to remove that one!
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    Passenger window problem 200 1990

    Odds are it will be a switch issue, either one of both. If it's like the earlier switches. They can be taken apart and cleaned.

    https://www.brickboard.com/FAQ/700-900/WindowSwitchRepair.htm
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