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sounds like your tube for your vents has a clog in it dose the passenger side have alot of air or lite air coming out. if it has lite air coming out the tube for the vents has broke. alot of air you have a clog in your tube.
remember you will always charge an air conditioner on the low side. which is always on the larger hose. there is a smaller one which is the high side so stay away from the small one.. look up near the radiator and see if you see the dryer which is about 3 inches across and 8 inches long and looks like a cylinder.. on this device there is a port where you can charge it .. also this year might be up near the firewall .. they change locations too often .. thanks and holler if you need more. Jerry
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.
Compare the 2 and see if there is a significant different between the two.
Since changing the switch doesn't fix the problem, I would begin to look for a knick or a cut in the wiring from the drivers door through to the passenger side (the passenger side wiring (except for power) is in a sepreate loom).