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Window regulator most likely but before changing it out take the door panel off and apply current to the contacts of the actualy regulator. If the window goes up then switch the contacts and now it will go down. If nothing then regulator (window motor) is bad. If it works then your master control switch for all the windows is going bad.
Remove the door panel, and use two jumper wires to the window motor. One wire goes to a good, non-painted surface on the metal body of the van, for a good ground. The other wire goes to a 12 volt source. Touch the two wires of the window motor with the two jumper wires.
Tries to go up? Switch the jumper wires around, and try again.
had a similar problem. remote would not work doors and inside switch would not work on passsanger side. There is a part below the passanger side door window and lock switch called the PDM or passanger door module.capable of some really strange behavior as it basically is a mini computer and rf signal receiver. May try reprograming your remotes first, if that doesn't work get new PDM. need to give VIN to parts folk to get it. Think it was about 200.00. Need to remove passanger side door panel and then take apart armrest with door swithes. Kind of tricky. funky screw on the front which has to be loosened and door panel must be off to get to it. anyway after install reprogram the remotes to the PDM. It involves off on, off,on ignition while holding down the unlock door switch, then hold the unlock on the remote?????? the sequence in on the net just search it out for your year.
Remove the inner door handle. Remove the plugs that hide the door panel bolts, remove the bolts. If the panel has a light at the bottom edge, pull it out & disconnect it. Remove the 2 trim plugs from the latch side of the panel. Remove the 2 screws at the fron edge that are under plastic covers. Remove the window master switch and unplug it. Starting at the bottom, pull the panel off. The rear speakers may be a bit more difficult; if you can get to them from inside the trunk, good. If not, you have to pull out the rear seat, back and bottom. Remove the rear finishes from beside the seat. Remove the C pillar trims, and pull the rear shelf out in front of the back glass. Replace the speakers.
sounds like bad regulator, pull your door panel apart and it is the part that goes onto the motor. long bow shaped thing with cable attached. pop out rivets, (I think 3 rivets) and on the upper side there are 2 nuts that have to be removed. then wiggle it around till you can get it out of the biggest hole in door. Good Luck.