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Sounds like the passenger side window motor has a bad connection or is shorted internally. There should be a motor plug in connector for the passenger side, as they are multiprong, it is possible for one part to work and the other not to work.
Unplug the wiring connector for the lock/motor and use a tester to see if the signal is consistent from the buttons you are using. One thing that is a little of a disadvantage is having the door open to work on the wires and closed for real world operation. A broken wire may wiggle to work when the doorjam is open and fail when the door is closed.
When the window seals start leaking on the outside glass, the rain can drip onto the motor. Also cracked solder is a common failure when motors go bad.
It could be a short in the harness between the door and the body. Or it could be a problem with the switch in the door, but I doubt it. You would need to get a wiring diagram and a meter or test light and find out which wires are hot and which are not to troubleshoot it.
Check under the Hood and see if you can Locate the Fuse Relay Box. There is a Relay in this Box for the Windows. Replace this Relay. You really need to try and Locate the Same Model Switch for the Drivers Door as that is the Problem there. Try and Find a Dealership in the States and see if they will Ship you one. Should not be a Problem. Just do a General Search for Dealerships in the USA and Pick. Let me know if the Relay does not work so we can go another Route for Repair. Please Rate my Solution, I need all the Help that I can Get! Thanks!