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Front passenger electric power window has seized up and won't go up. rest are ok fuse is ok. thanks

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You might pull off the door pannel and check to see that the wires are connected to the acctuator, or check to see that the glass is in the guides, if thats not it check to see if there is some thing blocking the scissor mechanism that opens and closes the window

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NOTE:
Anytime the battery terminal has been disconnected, please initialize the driver's door
power
window and front passenger's door power window after reconnecting the
battery terminal.

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the
window.
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