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defective window switch or broken wire, did you test the power to the window motor when you changed the motor?? start there, unplug the motor and test for power when you use the switch, then up by the switch test for power into, and coming out of the switch, if the switch gets power but no power coming out ten its the switch. if the switch has power coming out but not at motor,then its a broken wire.
the motor has an armature inside that rotates.if it stops on the bad spot,it will draw alot of current.the armature has copper plates with a very fine separation between them.after a while the brushes wear the copper down and it can bridge 2 together.the motor will still run,until one brush stops right where the 2 plates meet.if you bang on it it will work too sometimes.