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Rear windows My daughters rear windows will not go up or down and both are now stuck in the down positions. Do we have to take the doors apart to correct?

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  • Anonymous Sep 22, 2008

    If the driver side switch works on the front windows then why would the back windows not work? Are there more than one switch for the windows?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    From front or rear switches??

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Yes. unless you want to try replacing the driver side switch first which can be pricey. all the windows run on one circuit which is started by the drivers side switch if this switch goes bad windows will not work. if the switch isn't the problem the motors are and fro this the panels will have to come off and the job itself is not fun.

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