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Passenger power window powers down not up

2004 chevy venture vans right front power window powers down but will not power up when the switch at either door is selected

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If you can do it, run a jumper from the drivers door to the passenger door. Unplug both motors. try to run the passengers door off the drivers switch to rule out the motor. I don't think it is because the motor is dc. But this is the common point. Please mark this as helpful or fixya. Shuold you have anymore problems, I used to be a mobile mechanic electircian. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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Now you do not have any response at all up, or down ?
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You will have to remove the door pad and using a volt meter find if you have 12 volts to the motor while operating the switch.
If you have 12 volts, then I would say motor is bad.
If you do not have 12 volts, then I would trace wiring back to switch, look for continuity.
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