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If neitrher the driver's door master switch nor the passenger door window switch wont operate the window, and the lock-out button is not on, then likely the passenger door inner panel has to come off to investigate. But first, check the wiring going into the passenger door for a broken wire. Also check the wiring coming out of the driver's door. If you see nothing wrong, pull off the passenger door panel and check for any wires loose from the window switch down to the motor. You can hotwire the window motor with a spare battery set beside the door there, to verify the motor is bad. If it is bad, you have to remove the glass, then remove the window regulator with motor attached, in order to replace the motor.
Hi their is only one fuse for the windows and thats the one you have checked, if the other windows are working then the fuse will be ok.
if the drivers door has a seperate control for the passenger door try this and if it wont work from either the passenger side or the drivers side then the problem is going to be either the motor or the regulater and these are both inside the passenger door.
if how ever the drivers and passenger controls are seperate and you cant control the passenger side for the drivers door controls then what you can try is swapping the switches over from the drivers door to the passengers door, if the controls are the same then all you need to do is get a flat bladed screwdriver and pry the control up as its only pushed into place then unclip the wires and swap the switches over then if the passenger side then works you know you need to get a new switch of it still dont work then it will be either the motor or regulater at fault.
either way the door panel will need removing and you will need to test if you have any power going to the motor.
let me know if you need further assistance ok
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you most likely have a power/ground/switch issue in the drivers door. the power for the other three doors must first travel through the switches in the driver door before it goes to the passengers. hence the reason why when somebody rolls down a passenger window and you push the up button on the driver door the window stops moving. the wires can break inside the rubber boot in the door jam. you can also have an internal problem with the driver door switch unit. you would need a wiring diagram to diagnose this concern.
What you need to do to initialize the window is remove the window motor from the regulator. Plug it into the car by itself, then press up on the switch until it turns four times. Then hold the switch down for four turns, then put motor back into the regulator, and assemble back into the door. to make sure the motor spins correctly four times I make a tooth on the gear with a marker.
I removed all 3 switches from driver and passenger door, which is really easy with a flat head screw driver. took them completely apart, very carefully, with a small screwdriver out of a christmas cracker. put them back together again and 2 switches started working, so I put 1 in the drivers side and 1 in the passengers side so now my drivers door window opens and I lean over to open the passenger door. cool, no money spent...yet ;o)