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Passenger side window goes down on it's own.

Unless the window is locked the passenger side window will not stay up.

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You need to replace the window winder unit. not the electronic switch but the motor/pully system which rolls the window up and down. if u can get the door panel off, you can replace it yourself for around $120, or you can macgyver a fix, without bying new parts. look for a loose cable on the winder unit, thats what will tell u that the winder unit is bad.

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