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Remove motor from window mechanism and test independently direct from battery. If motor is fine test it independently using the wires to the door. You might not be getting ground. Also check the switch connections for looseness.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The retained accessory power (RAP) is active.
When an UP switch on the left front power window switch is operated, the battery voltage is applied to the power window motor. The power window motor is grounded through the DOWN contacts of the left front power window switch to G204. The motor runs in order to drive the power window up. When a DOWN switch in the left front power window switch is operated, the battery voltage is applied to the power window motor in the opposite direction. The power window motor is grounded through the UP contacts in the left front power window switch to G204. The motor runs in order to drive the power window down.
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