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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-28-2009, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
 
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back windows

my back windows won't roll down on my 2006 c/c silverado. the front ones work perfect. any help would be great.
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the back switches won't work either
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motors may be gone. You can find parts on ebay I believe.

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got it. there was a wiring harness unpluged under the dash by the steering wheel
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thanks for updating. Didn't realize both quit at the same time.

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Did the harness become unplugged on it's own?
I was wondering the same thing!

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J'entrerai au mode de bout sauvage ici, mais cela possible si les prises n'ont pas été mises complètement de l'usine et au cours du temps le viberations peut les secouer libre.

I will go in wild butt mode here, but it possible if the plugs were not put in full from factory and over the time the viberations can shake them loose.

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