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My windows go down and can't go up or they don't move at all

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There is a control motor for your car, it is nomally in the drivers door, it is designed that if central locking motor fails and locks in the car that all or some of the windows will open all the way so you can get out, most likely one or both of these motors has failed or is failing.

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