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That click is the window off tract. You need to pull the door panel off and have a look at the tract and regulator. Sounds off track to me. The fact that it is click tells me that the power feed is not the issue and the fuses are working fine or you would not hear any "clicking."
It sounds like your window needs a new switch or motor. You can get switch directly from dealership. i would try that first, if not your window motor may need to be replaced. Switch usually is under 100.00 and very easy to install. ur switch may control other windows but driver side may be burned out.
If the other window works fine then it is not your fuse. Chances are that your driver's window has an "auto down" feature. There is a relay inside the driver's side door that controls this feature. If the relay is bad then the window will not work. Solution 1) replace the relay. It cost about $50 from the dealer. Solution 2) remove the wire harness from the relay and "jumper" the plug to bypass the relay...this will allow you window to go down, without the "auto down" feature.
it sounds by the motor clicking that your power window motor is shot.....If you jump 12 volts to the terminals on the motor does it work?.................if it does you can at least get it up.......if you put the power to it and it goes down reverse the wires on the terminals and it will go up.But it sounds to me like you need a new one. hope this helps!..............Good luck!
I had the same problem...it was the window gear that got stuck when the window was all the way up. (that's the clicking) I took my panel off and banged on the inside of the door with a rubber mallet. The window works again. Since then I make sure when I role the window all the way up to stop that I just barely tap the down button to release the pressure on the gear inside. When your using the hammer...hold the switch in the down mode...ignition on of course.