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Rear window will not operate,either with key or dash switch

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More than likely the window motor is defective. Pull the door panel and inspect the wiring and probe the connector at the motor for power. If power is present and a good ground then the motor is defective. About $300.00 to have rrepaired and around $100 if you do it at home.

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