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Driverside window won't work

My partner has a gti 1997 golf the problem is the window will not go down when the button is pressed on the door what do I do as I am braindead when it comes to cars many thanks in advance

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Remove door panel. Check window switch. Access window motor leads (2 wires) and apply 12v dc current to both, then switch contact to leads. You should see motor go forward and reverse. If not, get a motor/ window regulator.

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