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what year is your car and make cause a lot of older ones are under the glove box on passenger side . and some newer is on the outside under hood on passenger side near the firewall but are usually on by 5/16 bolts or 7-8 mm bolts and there is like 10or 12 of the bolts but usually pretty self explanatory after you get into it
ok you might want to go and get a door trim panel remover tool. remove all the screws or bolts then pry the panel loose. get a package of new plastic pannel holders. I would check to see if the window switch is good. YOu should be able to check that without pulling the pannel off. You can swap the switches from driver side to passanger side. the switches should just pop out with a little help from a screwdriver or a set of picks.
I am not sure what secquence you used when bleeding the air from the lines. But just to give you a little help if your not sure. Start at the back left, rear passenger side, next= rear right,rear drivers side, then passenger side front, and lastly drivers side front. Also ckeck and make sure all fittings are tight before moving on to the next.
You should go to car-part.com and buy you the correct part. Please give me a fixya if this helps you at all, I do this for free and my rating is all I have to show for it, I will help you till you get your problem solved it the address I just gave you can't help you!