Sorry, no can do. Impossible Verbotten. Prohibited by the most common sense laws of car ownership. Why? Sure. Mr. Chris, it takes months and months of training and tests and tests and more tests to become a certified mechanic. Then it takes years of experience under other mechanics to have the knowledge to work on vehicles. Then, as technology changes, mechanics must learn the science, the tools, the procedures, etc. to service and repair these vehicles. Heat in a car covers many things. From the source, the cooling system of the engine, to the plumbing that runs from the engine block to the inside of the car heat exchange, to the sensors and control and electric motor to wiring, etc. all very complex. The power windows are a special area all on its own. There are auto glass companies separate from auto repair for obvious reasons. Can you image that in 2014 alone there are over 250 car models? Imagine then an auto glass company that gets a call from you as to a car window issue for a 1999 vehicle compared to a 1985 Chevy Impala window or a 2014 Mercedes-Benz back window glass damaged by a tree limb? I have no idea what identify as a "power plug." Chris, you cannot do much of anything as to cars. All highly specialized. One guy tried to do spark plugs. Broke one in the block. Towed the car to a mechanic to triple the cost of replacing plugs. Another guy changed a thermostat, hoses, radiator cap and the car still overheated. Wasted money. Another replaced what he though was a bad catalytic converter. Not the problem All of these people were trying to save money and ended up wasting a ton more. Go find a mechanic and get estimates for repair. It could be something simple or not. But just to determine what is wrong requires an expert. As to the power windows. The maximum number is four. In winter I operate the driver's side. My other car has five powered windows including the sunroof. While inconvenient to operate one at a time, that is exactly what I do to minimize power draw from the electrical system. To me that is a non issue. The heat is what you must have repaired immediately. Be smart and be wise. Go find a mechanic. When you have time go to YouTube and watch a show on two as to car factories. Any brand. The complexity of cars is incredible. Pay attention to the wiring bundle. And that is a rather superficial view. The engineering as to what is related to what and the connections is the marvel. And, Chris, thanks for writing in perfect English grammar. Very rare on this site. It shows your knowledge and discipline. Exceptional. Good luck with the car.
· 6 years ago