Question about 2005 Honda Accord
If you have a multimeter available, you should check the switch. Make sure there is input voltage as well as continuity between input and output when the switch is closed. If that is all good, then troubleshoot the motor. Try to listen closely when operating the switch to see if you can hear the motor attempting to operate.
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