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99superduty 350lariat driverswindow is tripping circuit instantly

On my 99 SD, i have switched out the breaker under hood and relays under dash, wondering if GEMmodule is problem,,, have checked motor, greased slides, checked all fuses, took swich apart, seems good, sanded and cleaned points on switch,,,cleaned switch plugins, previously working fine and then within a few times became problematic, battery's good with good contact, i had the dog **** on it, still didn't help,, i don't want to go to a $$$ dealer,,, anyone have an idea????? , i need this asap,,,

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Check for broken wires in the rubber loom between the door and the body

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