Ok do you have one good switch for the pass front and both rears.....in other words do you have at least one of those 3 windows that work normal????if you do remove that switch and connect it to the other windows and check for normality in operation...if it works fine at the switch then the new switch you have is faulty
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May have an internal failure. Should be left for the pros.
You can disconnect the electrical connectors at the trans to disable the electronic controls and road test the vehicle while shifting it manually.
If the slip is still present than the fault is most likely internal.
First check your fuse panel. Other than that...Perhaps moisture has gotten in the door panel and messed with the connection. I would take the panel off and investigate..make sure everything is plugged in.
the problems is most likely right on the switch i had the same problem with my 97 i went to the wrecker bought all the swiches and the door lights from a wreck the swiches failing is common along with the door lights falling apart at cold temps. hope this helps