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Driver side power window goes down fine, when rolling back up it will go up about 2-3 inches and quit. You wait 5 minutes and it will go up another 2-3 inches. Wait another 5 minutes and you get another 2-3 inches. Do it again and again till it is all the way up.

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Motor is overheating due to drag in the window tracks or possibly shorted windings. Try using silicone lube spray in the tracks. If this doesn't work, you probably need a new motor.

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So, I make some new connection. The faulty electronic is only for front windows, so now I connect wires so that I can use front windows with read window switch.
(Rear windows is still working by those 2xback window switch) which is located between seats.

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