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Passenger side rear window will not goup,I have had both front wiring harness replaced,pulled rubber boot back it looks like and orange and gray wire are broke,cost me 200.00+ on each front window part was only 5.95 can i replace this myself?

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If you have already identified the broken wire, get a piece of shrink tubing and slide it on one end, put the wire ends back together and solder them. slide the shrink tube over the repair and heat it up (usually a lighter works fine just don't melt it). After it's working again, send me the extra money
(only kidding) If you aren't good at soldering, practice on another piece of scrap wire before you try it.

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