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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Unfortunately you could have one of several problems. Generally all window power goes through one fuse, but check your fuse box and make sure you don't have a blown fuse. Otherwise, it is likely a bad motor or bad wiring to the motor. You will have to strip off the decorative trim and door cover to access; but even them they aren't always that easy to get to. Consider taking it to an auto electrician or find a mechanic that does electrical. Thank you for using Fixya!
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
SOURCE: Passenger window won't go up
At the passenger switch its the Dark Blue and Brown wires.At the Master switch its the Light Blue and Tan wires. But I think your problem is a bad Master Switch
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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You'll need to pull the door panel and check for power and ground at the 2 wire connector located near the window motor (there should be a dark blue wire and a brown wire). With a test light there should be power on one of the two wires at any time. If there is power on both wires with the switch in the up position than the switch is bad. If the only wire powered up in the up position is the dark blue wire than try tapping the motor while holding the switch in the up position. If it starts to work than the motor is bad.
On a side note check for power with all the connectors plugged in. You can also jump the connections at the motor. Supply a ground to the brown wire and supply power to the dark blue wire and the window should go up.
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
Did you check to see if you had power and ground to the window motor before you replaced it? A faulty master switch (driver door) will cut power and/or ground from BOTH switches.
Also, a common fault is the wires get broken in the umbilical between the driver door and the body. If the driver window works OK, then either the TAN or the LIGHT BLUE wire could be broken. This will keep the passenger window from working from EITHER switch.
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Posted on Jul 18, 2011
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