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Power window After change the battery not working like a not up and down with switched for all Which fuse suppose to check for this problem my e mail is ahypn@uaa.alaska.edu

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Most likely cause is the power window motor, you will have to remove the door panel and replace the motor, unless you have allot of tools and a lot of mechanical know how I would not recommend u do this job.

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