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If the window still goes up and down via the passenger switch then the switch on the drivers door has gone bad and will need to be replaced. I don't believe that you can only replace the one switch so you are ultimately going to replace all four on the driver side door.
The driver side window switch panel and the circuit needs a check including the fact that there is POWER to the panel - if in case the power cable harness has opened in the door hinges. Now the rest of the windows seems to cut off as there is friction when the glass goes up which can be a glas channel friction or if the motor drive is fault and so cuts off on load. You need to remove and check for free movement of the window glass and also check for the load bearing on the winder to confirm. Check for +12 voltage without loss to all the windows for the drive.
The panels have 3 t20 torx screws on the bottom and one philips head near the mirror. Under pull handles there are 3 philips on the drivers and 2 philips on the passengers sides. Pull the panels from the bottom and lift the panels up. There are 2 black rubber plugs in each door, pop each plug out and the glass is held in place to the clips on each side with either a 10 mm bolt or t30 torx bolt. Move the glass to the point where you can see the bolts, loosen, but don't remove the bolts. Once loose, you can pull the glass loose. Once loose, lower the window a bit, angle the rear of the glass up and pull it out. The glass may be epoxied in place, as VW had a problem with windows coming loose. If so, try to pop the rubber in the clamp loose (above the bolts you see through the holes) and reinstall it with the window removed.
i think ur haveing a problem with the drivers side window not going up i asume u have checked fuses so here is a trick that works some times.slam the door while pushing the button but to fix permanently it will probaly need the window motor replaced.hope this helps
Most door glass slides in from the top **** in the door. Sometimes the window seal around the window frame may have to come out and can be re-installed after you secure the glass to the track. You may have to insert the glass at an odd angle to fit it thru. Be sure to have the door panel off so you can access the track screws(bolts) and make sure you do or don't have to bond it with adhisive. A great bonding agent for this is gorilla glue, tested and still working on my friends 93grand cherokee. Good luck.