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Power windows The back window on my mustang will roll down and my interior lights will dim, but when I try to roll it up nothing will happen,and my lights will not dim, I notice on my other windows when they go up or down my interior lights will dim do I need a new switch?

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Try to only roll one at a time up or down if you push more than 1 button at a time it will put a strain on the battery also try getting your battery tested to see if a cell is out. good luck!

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