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2003 subaru baja. rear passenger side window.

My passenger rear window is stuck down. child lock is free. all other windows work. master switch doesn't work either.
I assume it is the motor but wondering if it could be something easier/cheaper. thanks for your help!

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Motor is probably shot for window or window switch on the door check power to the switch and whether it sends power out but if your gettin noise when you push it it may be the regulator

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