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Its either the switch or the window regulator. They all 'live' on the passenger side by the way. I have had both replaced on passenger side over the years on my '88 convertible and guess what? Passenger side window decided not to go up today..down yes..up no so I hope its just a switch. She goes into the hospital Monday. Good luck with yours.
When you press the window switch button for the passenger door window turn on the dome light at the same time, carefully watch if the dome light dims slightly, this means the switch is ok and the passenger window electric lift motor is defective. You can also try stricking the bottom of the door while holding the switch down, this may cause the window motor brushes to unstick and the window will work for awhile again.
Have you tried replacing the master window switch? Just because the other windows work doesnt mean that switch for that window is good.
The main switch is controled by the drivers door main unit.....i had to use a forward force on my windows switch for it to work....so replaced the whole unit, you could find those on ebay cheap if local auto parts is expensive