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Have you checked the rails,slides,for obstructions causing this?. Possibly one of the pieces in the mechanism is damaged or broken?. You can see/tell when the panel is removed from door to see when you roll up/down the window. Maybe not lubricated??????
remove the power window switch and run a jumper wire to the TAN wire ground to the BLACK wire then if the switch is working roll the window up if the problem is the switch then jump power to the light/blue wire and ground to the white wire to roll up the driverside window , switch them to roll window down, power to brown/white and ground to violit and the passangerside window will roll up, switch them to roll it down.
I assume they all (windows)have automatic feature(should say on master switch ALL AUTO) , two clickes on each switch.First click for manual rolling , second click for auto rolling.
If that so , you can try to reset them :
Put the ignition on or start the car , close all doors ,
roll window up on first click and hold it for 10 sec. , then go down and do the same when window is down. If it doesn't work with the first click , try it on the second click. Roll it up and hold switch for 10sec.
, then down and hold switch down for 10 sec.
This procedure will not work if you only have auto on driver window.
Hope it helps.
I have the same problem, its more than likely a sticking motor. I just punch the door panel below the window switch (where the motor is) and it works. You may have to bang it a few times but i have to do it about once a week on the front right or my car.