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POWER WINDOWS


I asked about the speed to figure out if possibly the motor is in a bind, and would over draw on power.

You're going to have to get a multi meter, and do a voltage draw test on A) first do it at the switch on the passenger side B) test the draw on the driver side, operating the passenger side window.
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