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Power Rear window key!???

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 82Jimmy, Jul 9, 2000.

  1. 82Jimmy

    82Jimmy 1/2 ton status

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    Does it use the same key as the door? I can't get mine to work...I have seen it work, but I don't know what key it uses. Thanks

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  3. 82Jimmy

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    It will go in, but won't turn....

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  5. 82Jimmy

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    I will, if you don't think it will mess up the motor or something...do you really think that will do it? My dad used it a couple of times, but he was thinking it was the broken off key that I have...

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    Those things sieze up big time. They should use the same key as the doorlocks. Mine is fried too...you can take it apart and maby have a locksmith try and fix it, it would be cheaper and you would still be able to use the same key
     
  7. 82Jimmy

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    Thanks for the clear up guys...i will jump right on it! after the critical condition of the brakes though...

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    Last time I washed the Ole Gal, I got too much water in the lock and it seized up. I did just as was explained here , I sprayed it down with wd-40 and it is back to working.
    Way..way..way back in the posts a similar problem came up and I explained in detail how to repair the lock and switch, for those short on cash and long on curiosity...

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