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Fix front side left power window on 99 montana

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The left power window switch tends to get bad contacts and stop working. You can simply pull out the switch trims (there is a clip at the pointy part of the trim, start prying there) and change the switch. 95% of the time the switch is the problem but if you want to be shure , check youre positive and ground at the switch, then take off the door trim, find the two wires that feed the window motor and with a fused wire (20 or 30 amps) and a battery, feed them a positive on one side and a ground on the other and vice versa. if the window move and power and ground are ok, switch is falty.

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