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post #31 of 66 (permalink) Old 09-08-2010, 06:37 PM
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Window jerking up and down when door closed

When my door is closed the window will only move about 1 inch when I push the button. I have to keep pushing it to open or close it completely. With the door open it will open and close fine. The problem is sporadic but usually acts up. Dealer thought it might be a switch which doesn't make sense to me. Sounds like some type of short or relay. It seems like it has to be in the door somewhere.

If anyone has heard of this I could use some help.

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Document ID# 1343992
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Power Windows Description and Operation

Power Windows System Components
The following components are used to control the power windows:

Roof door module (RDM)
Master power window switch
LH front power window motor
Driver power window motor with position sensors
Passenger power window motor with position sensors
Driver and passenger door handle switches
Driver and passenger door jamb switches
Driver and passenger lock switches
ROOF - DOOR MOD 30-amp circuit breaker
RDM2 15-amp fuse
IGN 0 10-amp fuse

Power Windows Controls

The vehicle is equipped with power windows controlled by the RDM. The driver and passenger power windows are controlled by either of the following:

A power window switch activation which sends a switched ground signal to the RDM indicating an up or down request
A window indexing function which is enabled in the up direction by lifting the door handle and enabled in the down direction when the door is closed
A moveable roof open request in which both power windows perform an express down function

Power Window Motor Operation

Each power window motor receives battery voltage and ground from the RDM through the window motor control circuits. The window motors are reversible. The direction the window moves depends on which motor control circuit the voltage is applied to, and which motor control circuit the ground is applied to. To move the window in the Up direction, the module applies voltage to the window motor Up control circuit, and ground to the window motor Down control circuit. When a window movement in the opposite direction is needed, the module reverses the polarity and applies voltage and ground to the opposite circuits to move the window in the reverse direction.

Both power window motors also have internal position sensors. These sensors signal the RDM with current window position data. They are supplied both battery voltage and a constant ground source and use two signal circuits to the RDM.

Power Window Express Down Operation

The express down feature is used to lower the driver and passenger power windows to the full down position when the either window switch is momentarily activated in the down direction or when a moveable roof open request is received.

Power Window Indexing Feature Operation

This feature is used to lower the driver and passenger power windows down approximately 9 mm when the door is opened . This is necessary to allow the top edge of the window to clear the window weather-strip. This feature will also raise the window to the fully seated position once the door is closed.

This feature is enabled in the down direction by a switched ground signal to the RDM from the door handle switch when it is lifted. The RDM will then supply power and ground to the appropriate window motor control circuits to lower the window.

This feature is enabled in the up direction by a switched ground signal to the RDM from the door jamb switch when the door is closed. The RDM will then supply power and ground to the appropriate window motor control circuits to raise the window.
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Question Power window indexing question

Hi all,

Thanks for helpful info on windows. I have a question. Any help is greatly appreciated. This feature has stopped working - 2004 SSR - windows go down 9mm but do not return to up position. Vehicle has been in storage and battery was a bit low, so I charged it up. Drivers side window worked at first when I opened the door to start vehicle, then stopped - now both window indexing is not operating. Any suggestions?

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Hi all,

Thanks for helpful info on windows. I have a question. Any help is greatly appreciated. This feature has stopped working - 2004 SSR - windows go down 9mm but do not return to up position. Vehicle has been in storage and battery was a bit low, so I charged it up. Drivers side window worked at first when I opened the door to start vehicle, then stopped - now both window indexing is not operating. Any suggestions?

Thanks again,

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reset it by following procedure...should be good to go.


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Hi all,

Thanks for helpful info on windows. I have a question. Any help is greatly appreciated. This feature has stopped working - 2004 SSR - windows go down 9mm but do not return to up position. Vehicle has been in storage and battery was a bit low, so I charged it up. Drivers side window worked at first when I opened the door to start vehicle, then stopped - now both window indexing is not operating. Any suggestions?

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1. Close the vehicle doors.
2. Activate the window switch in the up position until the window has reached the full up position and stalls and hold the switch for an additional 0.5 seconds.
3. Activate the window switch in the down position until the window has reached the full down position and stalls and hold the switch for an additional 0.5 seconds.

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Hi again all,

Thanks so much for the prompt reply! Will try the suggested procedure. I'm a new member hoping to go to the Peach City Beach Cruise in Penticton BC this year. Got the info from your forum today. Looking forward to it.

BTW, SSR is slingshot yellow.

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When the windows are up and I open the door it indexes down properly, but before I can get out and close the door it indexes back up. I have to open the outside door handle to index down again and close the door. Ever heard of this or how to fix?
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SSRat, sounds like the door ajar sensor is not working. Does the indicator for door open light up on the dash when you open it? If not, the window circut will just time out and index them back up, door open or closed.
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When the windows are up and I open the door it indexes down properly, but before I can get out and close the door it indexes back up. I have to open the outside door handle to index down again and close the door. Ever heard of this or how to fix?
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My R has been doing the exact same thing for the last 4 or 5 months. Last week I was cleaning the inside of the R so I had both doors open for about 30 minutes. While I was working I heard the window index down. When I finished cleaning and closed the door it indexed up properly. It has been working correctly since. You should give it a try just open the door that is not functioning properly and see if it will correct itself. It seemed that by leaving the door open for that long period the computer straightened itself out. It's worth a try.

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My fix ended up being only temporary. Yesterday it started acting up again. I guess I am going to have to replace the door handle switch.

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Subject: Info - Aftermarket Window Tint May Have Vertical Scratches or Tear #06-08-64-038 - (12/14/2006)
Models: 2003-2006 Chevrolet SSR

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Important: General Motors does not recommend or support the use of any aftermarket tint in any GM vehicle.

Aftermarket window tint scratches or tears may be noticed primarily when the window travels full up or down. Since the doors have no "A" frame or upper door channel like most vehicles, there are guide pads in the door to support the glass. These guide pads make direct contact with the glass during vertical movement and may damage aftermarket window tinting.

Any aftermarket tinting should be removed to correct this condition. DO NOT replace the door glass.


I have been a Auto window tinter for 25 years, and also being a SSR owner, I know that the scratched film is not caused by guides in the door, and also it being a frameless window has nothing to do with it either.

The issue with the scratched glass, just for reference, is a problem with the material that GM chose in the making of the interior window swipes. This is the little rubber flap that is snug up against the inside bottom of the window.
Most all GM cars and trucks (framed and frameless glass) have a rubber flap with felt on them as to not scratch. Back in 2000-02, manufacturers started testing other types of hard rubber or soft plastics to make these swipes out of but found that they scratched not only window tint film but also the glass itself without film installed. Some other vehicles with the same problem as the SSR are Acura TL, Chrysler Town & Country, Ford Mustang, BMW 3 series, Honda Accord, Mercedes C class, Nissan Titan and Toyota FJ.

A Moleskin material can be installed on the inside surface that mates up with the glass to stop the scratching and it will last a long time. It can be bought from venders here on the forum or other places.

Just some knowledge for those that like to learn
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good morning , i see that you have a lot on window information my drivers window went down and will not go back up, replaced the motor no luck, the ignition switch has been replaced twice, the top works fine the passenger window go up in the roof mode , the drivers does not, the dealership thinks it is the curcuit board in the center console the drivers switch is bad, on back order for 3months , do you know of any test that i can perform on the board to make sure it is the switch, thanks bob
Hello SSR fans.. two days ago, I walked by the truck and found that the pass. window had lowered itself during the night. Attempts to raise it back up have not been successful. I did remove some of the fuses multiple times to see if it was a simple reset .. (the 3 large 30A alum. fuses in panel behind the seat.) But after the DC reset, the up switch will simple pulse the motor for less then 1 sec. one time only.. the down motor will run for a little longer, then stall or stop. The motor has position sensors - maybe these have failed? Anyone seen this one before and solved it? I hate to go to Chevy Service and feed them $$$ bills to diagnose a tough one. Also, a link to " how to remove the internal door panel would be helpful. Thanks! Jack

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HI:> I was told if you put 9 to 12 volts into one of the 12 outlets before removing the battery the truck will hold all of the stored information and you won't have to index the windows after the battery install. You have to make sure the battery + cable doesn't touch or ground out on the truck. birdmans
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Hello SSR fans.. two days ago, I walked by the truck and found that the pass. window had lowered itself during the night. Attempts to raise it back up have not been successful. I did remove some of the fuses multiple times to see if it was a simple reset .. (the 3 large 30A alum. fuses in panel behind the seat.) But after the DC reset, the up switch will simple pulse the motor for less then 1 sec. one time only.. the down motor will run for a little longer, then stall or stop. The motor has position sensors - maybe these have failed? Anyone seen this one before and solved it? I hate to go to Chevy Service and feed them $$$ bills to diagnose a tough one. Also, a link to " how to remove the internal door panel would be helpful. Thanks! Jack
Here you go.

Check connections at the RDM Should be called Roof Door/Window Module. Located in the Roof Compartment. Big box, open module on top. Go to your manual.

Door Panel Removel

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1. Remove cup, held with two plastic snaps, careful not to scratch bar, use plastic tools.
2. Remove lock
3. After removing cup, remove 10mm bolt behind handle, don't pull to hard on handle.
4. Remove bar, metal clips hold it on.
5. Remove two 10mm bolts behind bar.
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1. Use plastic tool, start under door panel and pry out. Panel held with Plastic Xmas tree push pins.
2. Once off enough to get fingers under panel pull straight out until all the panel is loose, lift up.
3. Drivers side has connector for outside mirrors so don't pull panel away until you disconnect mirrors.


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Thanks Dick!

That's just what I was looking for.
-- The only question I have remaining;
do you get access to the roof door module RDM - by simply starting to take the roof down, and stopping after it lifts the tonneau cover up?

Or maybe it would be better to have the roof down so you can get back there easier..

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There are two items that control the windows.
1. The switch on the console sends a signal to the Roof Door Module to open/close the windows.
2. The Roof Door Module controls the windows when opening/closing the roof.
I recommend checking the console switch/wiring/connector first.
The switch could be opening the window and effecting the Roof Door Modules ability to control the window when opening/closing the roof.
If the console switch/wiring/connector are good - the Roof Door Module is defective.
The RDM is easy to replace.
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Thanks Dick!

That's just what I was looking for.
-- The only question I have remaining;
do you get access to the roof door module RDM - by simply starting to take the roof down, and stopping after it lifts the tonneau cover up?

Or maybe it would be better to have the roof down so you can get back there easier..

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RDM is in roof compartment, roof up, open cover, STOP! There it is!!

RDM should be called "ROOF DOOR/WINDOW MODULE".

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Picture. Roof UP, Cover OPEN, lower left side of picture is box where RDM is.
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The RDM, Roof Door Module is located in the Roof compartment.

Should be called Roof Door WINDOW Module. I also controls windows during roof operation.

In that BIG BLACK BOX.

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1. Remove nuts that hold cover on.
2. Unsnap latches
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4. RDM is larger box visible with label
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Power Window Initialization

The window initialization procedure will need to be performed any time the battery is disconnected. the procedure allows the RDM to detect the top and bottom position of the window glass and to calculate actual window position in relation to the top and bottom. The RDM shall store these end positions once they have been detected when the window has reached the full up and full down positions. It is not possible to initialize the window if the door is open, because the window glass needs to seat in the weather-strip on the roof. If the door is open and the initialization is lost due to battery disconnect, the actual position of the glass after power is switched ON again will become the Zero-position, and if the RDM receives a door open status the glass shall index down.

To perform the window initialization procedure:

1. Close the vehicle doors.
2. Activate the window switch in the up position until the window has reached the full up position and stalls and hold the switch for an additional 0.5 seconds.
3. Activate the window switch in the down position until the window has reached the full down position and stalls and hold the switch for an additional 0.5 seconds.
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I did 5 second in both up n down positions and the passenger side window still jumps up, unless I open by the door handle. What should I check next?
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I have tried several times getting my passenger side window to reset since I put the new battery in. I followed the 5 seconds up/down and still goes up when I open the door.
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Had my right side window regulator rebuilt if anyone needs this information Call Frank at the parts house 561-849-1550. Bill Kap. Bye the way they need all the parts you can find in the door
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