The passenger side window is fine.
I suspect a blown fuse as there is no movement or sound when I press the powerwindow button for the driver's side.
Could you let me know where the fuse box is and which fuse controls this function?
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i would check the fuses for the passenger and passenger side front windows. It doesn't sound like a motor issue as both sides aren't responding. since both sides are not working it most likely isn't the switches. it might be the regulator, however, it's suspect that both side are failing at the same time seems to be a fuse issue.
I would look at this first and then work my way through the system.
some cars have circuit breakers on window motors.
if one motor shorts the breaker pops but then resets.
i use a voltmeter to find lost power feed.
check voltage to motor, got 12v , when active (swith closed?)
no, then check at the switch, got 12v at switch input and output
with switch active,
yes, then wire is cut from switch to dead motor.
no, then wire is cut from input to switch and fuse.
like that. its not hard at all to use any voltmeter even a $10 meter at walfart.
Probably motor and regulator, if you tried both switches on driver and passenger side suspect both window motor and regulator on passenger side sometimes while pressing the switch on the passenger side bang on the door panel inside and sometimes it may move if it does then suspect only the window motor.
Well I suspect that you may have developed a problem in what's called the Multiplex unit. It's an integral part of the fuse box in Honda CR-V's. It's possible that the cargo trailer caused the problem by causing too much current to be drawn thru the system, I have a similar problem with my 2002 Honda CR-V and have been told I need to replace the multiplex unit and they are quite expensive. You may have to bite the bullet and have it checked by your nearest Honda Dealer.