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Passenger power window won`t go up or down - 2009 Dodge Journey

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Sounds like either a bad fuse,or a bad window motor-

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

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SOURCE: passenger window on my 2000 pontiac gran am gt coupe won"t work

if possible take the driverside window switch out then put it on the passenger side if this works its the switch let me know what happens

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The cable in the window mechanism (regulator) has broken and wrapped up around the gear on the motor. You will need to replace the regulator/motor assembly.

Posted on Aug 19, 2011

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