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Pasenger back window will not work

I can pull the glass up and down but the power window switch does not work. The window will not stay up.

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The mechanism inside is either broken or come apart.The interior trim has to come off to see exactly what is going on.If you are handy give it a try,if not it has to go in to be fixed. good luck

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SOURCE: all of a sudden the pasenger window quit, and will

The fuse need to be check and it's relay also.

Posted on Mar 21, 2010

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