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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its not meant to be removed, the plastic is welded to the door panel. you need to remove panel and check for power to the window motor. many times the wires break between the body and drivers door on these cars. it is possible to change the switch, but you will have epoxy or screw it on to the panel. anytime i have a problem like this i always check the wires first. you can remove the rubber from either end to slide it back to inspect the wires
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
I'm assuming that when you try to control the right side passenger window the lights dim a little. If this is the case, the motor for the window is more than likely faulty and needs to be replaced. This is not an easy or inexpensive fix. You should have a certified Dodge mechanic diagnose the problem just in case there isn't something obstructing the movement of the window. If it needs replacemnt, the replacemnt motor new is more than likely over $200 plus labor.You may want to live with it depending upon you financial situation.
Sorry it's not good news.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
SOURCE: passenger electric window
I think that what has happened with your vehicle, is that the master (driver control) switch has become defective....If you have a friend who is good with electronics you may be able to ask for help in getting it fixed....otherwise a new unit is needed.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
If the window lock-out swich located on the drivers side door master switch is in the off or un-lock position, then the problem will be a broken wire or wires in the weather boot that runs between the door and the body of the vehicle. Any broken wires that you find should be repaired by soldering them well, use the same gage wire to lengthen any broken wires in order to successfully solder them, and do not use wire connectors if you want the connection to last.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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