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Passenger power window doesn't work at all.

While away for about an hour, the passenger window on my Jeep just sagged open on it's own, when trying the power for the window, the motor makes noise for 1/2 second and then instantly stalls. The motor doesn't seem to go at all in either direction. The passenger door light goes dim when the power window switch is held. The window can be moved up and down all the way by hand, as if not attached to anything remotely like a drive system. It's still on the tracks, but there just seems to be no connection to the drive motor and cable anymore.

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