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As long as there is power to the window to make it go down. Then I would say try dumping Alcohol down the switch, so it gets all inside then work the switch back and forth for a bit, to clean the contacts. Worked for me. If not may be a bad switch. Good-Day! A few people have said this trick works good! Good-Day!
either your switch or window motor have gone bad. remove switch and using a test light with ignition key on test power coming out of switch by pushing window switch up and touching wire on switch it should light the test light ( wire on test light must be grounded I like to hook it on parts where door opens to get a good ground) than test down on switch by pushing switch down and touching wire on switch again it should light test light . If it lights when switch is pushed up and down switch is good and motor is bad .if switch will not light when pushed down but does light when pushed up replace switch . if this was helpful please leave me good feed back
i cannot read out what is the problem..it happed in instance or was there longer period of time problem?
Anyway try to do leak-down test ,at least you would know where is the compresion leaking.
Exhaust-intake or through the piston rings?
My recommendation is to use the right(leak-down) tool to do this..
have you checked the auto shut down relay? Also sounds like its a bad ground or poor connection. Pull the terminals off the battery and clean them good down to a metal finsh. Make sure the wires arnt broken and re tighten.