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I had the same problem but on the passenger side door. The wire harness on the passenger side had broken wires. Purple wire was for the lock and thicker blue and darker grey was power for the windows. I used butt connectors to repair and it worked like a charm. Area was tight to work in between vehicle frame and door. Was easier to remove door panel and disconnect harness at vehicle frame and pull harness through door to complete the repair.
Your window won't work for one of 3 reasons, 1. fuse is blown 2. Window switch is bad 3. Window motor is bad. To get the window up, Take off door panel remove window mechanism(metal piece with teeth on it) from motor and then you can push window up(window will not stay up unless you duct tape it or reconnect to motor.
The only problem with this vehicle is that it needs a new window switch on the passenger side door.If the main switch on the drivers door works and the one on the door that the window won't go up on won't work it replace the switch on that door they all work on the same fuse.
There are 3 to 4 scews you need to find near the door handle and armrest. these are usually under plastic covers. Remove them then start prying the door panel near the bottom to locate the push pins that are spaced around to hold teh panel in place and pry them up.
check the fuse box and make sure the windows are not fused separately,before taking the door apart.
the door panel is held in with clips and there is a tool made for removing them.the window regulator/motor is a tricky one to do and unless you are really good,do not mess with it.
the motors have internal thermal cutouts.
you need to replace the window winder unit. not the electronic switch but the motor/pully system which rolls the window up and down. if u can get the door panel off, you can replace it yourself for around $120, or you can macgyver a fix, without bying new parts. look for a loose cable on the winder unit, thats what will tell u that the winder unit is bad.
sounds like bad regulator, pull your door panel apart and it is the part that goes onto the motor. long bow shaped thing with cable attached. pop out rivets, (I think 3 rivets) and on the upper side there are 2 nuts that have to be removed. then wiggle it around till you can get it out of the biggest hole in door. Good Luck.