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Driver sider window does not work

When I push the switch I hear a small noise but the window does not open or shut. I believe I may need to replace the window lift motor. I have removed the door panel but I don't how to proceed from their. Any instructions would be greatly appreciated.

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You should be able to pull back the plastic cover over the door holes behind the door panel and then you reach into the inside of the door, you might want to tape up the window, you may need to manuever it to get to where you can unbolt the rails from the window, then you can tape it and unbolt the nuts to the window motor being held in, if you get a couple wires you can hard wire it to make the motor move up or down by reversing the polarity, just carefull not to cross the wires. this will tell you if you have a short inthe wiring to the motor of if it is actually the motor that is bad.

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