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IT is probably a fuse. Does it work at all? my mustang had a busted cylinder and only 1 side would go up. If it doesnt work at all then check your fuses. With no manual you will have to use a flashlight and shine on them and see if one is blown. IF they all look good then I would go buy a testlight for about $10 and manually check the fuses for power. It oculd be the motor, however that will cost you several hundred dollars and that is if you install it yourself.
first check the fuse.if its good then check the window motor by pressing the button and if you dont hear the motor going theres your problem, needs to be replaced. unfortunatly the motor isnt sold by itself you got to buy the window regulator. here is a pic. of the part
is the model with the V6 mazda motor, if so it can be a bit difficult if you have little mechanical experience, but it is doable without removing the motor or transmission. we would allow 3 hours to complete the whole job.
You just have to jack up the engine under the oil pan. Then simply unbolt the mount bolts. Some guys think it is easier if you do one side at a time by jacking one side up at a time. It does make it a bit easier to locate the bolt holes during install.