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Window in down position and will not return to up position

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Did you check the fuses in the fuse box to see if they are not burnt out? If they are ok, it could be that the window switch could be bad. If the fuses are good, and the switch is good it could be a bad connection or the window motor is bad. Hopefully this will help you. Good luck :)

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