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Mazda 3 passenger window

Passenger window won't work, fuse checked and motor changed, won't work off either button? stopped working during opening, had to close it manually. Any suggestions?

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Your problem is in the power control feed. either the drivers or passengers switches are broken or the wire harness has a broken wire in it.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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