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Driver side window stuck on Nissan Maxima 2004

The driver side window on our nissan maxima is stuck. I cannot roll down the window. Sometimes I can roll down the window but it get's stuck again and cannot roll back up. After it gets stuck, I usually have to open and close the door for the window to work. There is no noise from the motor or the switch when closing/opening the window but it is really slow to open/close. I dont have any issue with the other 3 windows. Any help will be much appreciated.

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It is likely the window motor is wearing out and will need to be replaced. You can always try a different switch on those wires to rule out switch problem. Otherwise, the motor will have to be replaced.

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