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Ground goes through the master switch on the drivers side. Bad master switch can cause the other windows not to work. Don't forget to check the "window lock" switch in the master switch, which shuts off the other 3 windows.
window is off its track with probably some broken guides...cheap to fix. Pull the door panel with the window all the way down remove the weather guard wrapping and roll windo up Identifying the problems aas you roll it up. Fix and replace and lube those parts theen reinstall.
Remove the interior door panel being careful with the switch wiring. You might have to hook up your power window switch over and over to gain access to the (2) 10mm bolts holding the window on the regulator arm.
To put the window in, be careful when fitting it in that you don't get stuck and end up braking the cast/plastic guides that are fastened to your glass. Get it in there, make sure it's lined up in the track and install the 10mm bolts. Don't put the entire interior panel on until you test it. You might have to hold it a little bit while you test it because the inner weather seal kind of helps keep it stable while;e going up and down. Good luck.
You have totake the door panel off to get to the wiring harness. door panel should be held by plastic clips so all you have to do is grab a corner and give a nice tug. First check to make sure there are no screws in it that I may have missed. Remove the clips from the door with a fork and put them in the panel and replace the panel by using a small tap.
use a test light , remove the door panel , unplug the wires going into the regulator motor . . check the the plug with the switch to see if you are getting power and ground .if you do , than it will be the motor. Before you do that , check all fuses , some have a fuse for the left side , and one for the right side windows .