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Power window will not go down ! The window does not work not sure if it a fuse or the motor

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Typically if the window motor was going out it would slowly fail. Starting with slow roll up and possible winding noise. I would recommend checking the fuse or switch because window motors on the newer chevy trucks are typically built tough. Hope that helps!

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