Hello , well it looks like you could have two problems so i am going to give you different senarios .if the window makes noise when you hit the switch and the glass does not go down this is just a window regulator defective and it needs to be replaced . if it does not make any noise and it does not move at all there is no current in the window motor or the window motor is bad (not likely) /chek for fuses they are in glove box top inside open small white tabs , about the switch for canselling window fuction some times this switch goes bad because of coffe spills of fluids ., if this is the case just replace it for a new switch , (check for stickyness in the switch )
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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.
The window motor probably quit working. Try banging on the inside of the door near the bottom, at the same time holding the switch to raise the window. Sometimes this will give the motor one more chance at raising the window.
I suspecft this is a security programming situation. I have something similar going on with my '95. I have to get an owners manual to find the sequences. I stumbled into this by manually locking the front door and turning on the key with the door open.
re: the dash lights. I find if I have the interior light dimmer all the way to the right it locks out some things but moving it back to the middle puts it back in operational mode. aside from the flashing, non playing stero. At least I can drive it and powerlock the doors IF the doors are closed.