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Re: front passenger side window goes down needs help to...
More often than not, the switch is the prob. Not quite sure on your model, but most are mounted flat. Just a few drops of rain goes straight into the switch. And being that it is on the passenger side, its not used as often, so it corrodes just enough to cause probs.
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It depends, use a test light and while operating the switches one at a time verify that 12v is going to the motor. If so then the motor is faulty. It is a possibility that the drivers side is faulty, but also check the lockout switch on the drivers side, that goes faulty as well but if all other window are operating from their own control not the driver's then thats not a suspect
was regulator bad? did it work from drivers side switch before you did regulator repair?..if so passenger side switch wiring has issue and is not sending signal through it back to the drivers side master switches.. otherwise you need to pin test for power up power down on drivers side switch and repair that if issue going to the window on passenger side.. (possible pinched at door jam area common)
not sure what you need power goes to the master window switch then to the drivers window motor then the drivers switch that goes to the passenger side in a series so the drivers switch for the passenger side can be bad causing the passenger window to be inop of work up from one and down from the other
Looks like its probably a bad window motor. You will need a few special tools to get the door panel off to check the wiring and test the window motor. It's probably better to leave this repair to the dealership.
replace the units as the clutches have gone home to roost ,tempory solution is try putting some oil down the runners as the material that the runners are made with goes funny after a long time especially in the sun so a bit of lubrication helps the glass slide easier .a silicon spray is the advisable but it sort of disappears after a short time but a nice old fashioned oil can work a miracle
sounds like bad regulator, pull your door panel apart and it is the part that goes onto the motor. long bow shaped thing with cable attached. pop out rivets, (I think 3 rivets) and on the upper side there are 2 nuts that have to be removed. then wiggle it around till you can get it out of the biggest hole in door. Good Luck.