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Rear window electric motor will not lift window. I have examined the motor; but upon reinstalling, it still will not lift the window, as if the sprocket slips. What do you recommend?

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First find out if the motor is working by listening to it when the switch is activated. If the motor IS working then there is a problem with the mechanism. This can only be repaired with the door panel removed. If the motor isn't working check the switch, and the power TO the motor, (panel off) try the motor with a seperate power supply. If the motor IS working, then you'll have to determine by looking to see why it isn't lifting the window glass.

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