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My battery died and now my driver side window will go down but most of the time wont go up unless i repeatedly open and close my door, how could my battery dying cause this?

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You first should fix the battery problem. You might have a bad battery, charging system problem, or bad connection. If you fix this problem, or if the car will start now, and you still have problems with the window, you might have a bad motor, or possibly broken wire in the door area. It's hard to tell without doing some testing. Fix the battery problem or charge it up. It's also possible you could have two problems at the same time. Good luck.

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