Hearing that the windows work the problem don't sound electrical. The next step would be to remove the door panels and inspect the window regulator. Even though motors might appear to be fine the operating strength of the motor maybe deteriorated. Another thing to check for is cable damage on the window reg. also make sure your window channels are cleaned and re-lubed.(Silicone spray will do the trick).If nothing changes replace the window regs. They can always be returned if problem stays the same.
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If this is a power window, you would have to disconnect the motor to be able to move the window glass. If you have disconnected the motor and the window glass will not move, look for something stuck in the regulator or the tracks.
the one in the rear that is up could just be stuck since we tend to only use the front.....i have seen the ones in the rear to get stuck in the rubber window runs all of the time on cars and trucks.....try and take a plastic trim tool and run it around the window and see if it is stuck and you can also get someone to slam the door a couple of times while you are holding the switch down on the drivers door and see if it will start working and also make sure the window lock is not on......if this doesnt work the best thing to do is to take the door panel off to make sure it is getting power to it and if so it will need new motors......i hope that this will help.......
Remove the door panel,and the wire connector for the power window motor. Check to see if power is there when pressing the window switch. Check both wires, one for up and one for down. If power is present then its your window motor, if not your switch or power source. Good luck
Though the window switch is a possibility, more often then not, the window motor itself is starting to go bad. Intermittent loss of function is the most common initial sign. I recommend leaving the window up until the have the motor replaced. Otherwise you are risking having it stuck in the down position and never being able to get it back up without replacement. These things seem to happen at the worst time, like when its about to rain.
It will be in the switch lift up the controls on both the drivers side and passenger side the wires going into the connection wiggle then and the button at the same time if you get any movement then you have a broken wire if not use a test light hook one wire to some metal and the other to the wires if their is any power the light will come on, if no light then you probably have a broken wire. The passenger side power comes from the drivers side control. When you open the doors you will see a large black set of wiring harness in the door going into the side under the dash that is the wiring harness for all the power windows and door locks, open it and test those wires for power.
BTW, the window seems to only get stuck down if it is taken all the way down - I've never gotten it stuck partway down. So in the summertime I try to remember not to take the driver's side window down completely, just keep it an inch or so up.