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Voyager 1994 front windows

I have to put a lot of pressure on the switches to wind the windows up or down.They are automatic

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You need to replace the drivers switch pack assembly, sometimes this happens from rain water and other times the contacts just wear out, its about $25 on ebay and they are a common failure item... good luck and please rate -Jeff

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