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depends if it is an power window as it could be a bad fuse, relay, switch, connection, wire broken or the power window motor. each needs to be checked out. if its a manual window it could be the window regulator that is bad. so as you can see it can be both expensive and not expensive. won`t know until the problem is found.
You can remove the door handles and power window switches and the screws in the door pad and push up on the pad and it will come out of the track and then you can see the motor and replace the part yourself. Hope this helps.
The master switch connector does have circuits that have power on them. The Master switch is not directly connected to the window motors. The switch sends a signal to the Front Electronic Module and the module controls operation of the motor on the driver side. The passenger door window motor is controlled by a different module
You also have Circuit Breakers for your windows, Or your Master Switch ,You can Test the Driver Control Switch or the rear switches by removing the Switches and using the connector Plug and a Jump wire try jumping accross the wires,if they go up or down you could have a Bad Switch,if nothing moves more than likely your Window Motor is bad. BUT first CHECK your Circuit Breakers ,It could be Labeled as accessery Relay or circuit Breaker.
does it click or grind when pushing window button if so the window lift track may need replaced, if there are no sounds then disconnect the wires from the lift motor and with the ignition on so power is sent to switch, push button and check wires to 12 volts dc. If no power I would replace the driver side switch after checking the wires for defects. If there is power then I would re-install wires to motor after turning off key and try button again with power on. replace motor if it doesn't work.
HI there your problem is the motor . each window has it's sprat motor . to be shore check the switch by remove it from console . and with a test light find the wires cumming out of the switch for driver side door window see if you have power . you should have power on one wire all the time with ignition switch in the on bastion .if you have power as you operate the window switch .put the window is still not going up or down you need window motor.
You will need to remove your interior trim panel and check your window regulator for damage and for power going to your window motor. If your regulator is ok and you have power going to the motor then you have a bad window motor. If there is no power at the motor then you will need to check the circuit for the problem ie. blown fuses, broken wiring, bad switch. It is very commen for the motors to go bad. Good luck.
Sounds Like the motor remove the door panel and make sure it is plugged in properly also at the switch. then if they are ok you will have to check to make sure you have power and ground at the motor when operating the switch. if you have both then you will need a motor. the power and ground at the motor will alternate dependeing on which way you have the switch make sure you check for both in up and down postions
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