Power window driver side stopped working volvo s40 2003


#1

does anybody knows what might be broken and how much does it cost to repair?


#2

Cost of repair will depend on what is found wrong and how long it took to find the fault plus the cost of the component.

It could be anything from a blown fuse to a bad switch or a broken wire or a faulty window regulator.

It MAY just be a damaged wire inside the cover over the wires between the door and the vehicle body. Constant opening and closing will eventually damage the wires.


#3

Thank you so much for the reply. I took it to a shop, and they said they need to re-order the motor and with labor is going to be about $500 :frowning:


#4

I hope they did a troubleshoot before telling you that. Could be an expensive guess if not.


#5

thank you for reply;
Appeared to be very expensive repair?the mechanic installed an ?aftermarket? window regulator and, when I went back b/c it worked with lots of noise, he took it out, so I had to go back to dealer to fix it ? appeared, that the first mechanic also changed the harness that connects to regulator and threw original harness away ? so the whole work at the dealer was little over $1000 ? :frowning:
But (long story short) I called VOLVO support and after reviewing all the history of my car and such, and meeting with VOLVO rep (at the dealer where I purchased), VOLVO used ?goodwill? money to reimburse the repair!!! :smiley:


#6

Good to see you went after them to couch up the money. Kudos to you.