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Remove the door panel and unplug the connector to the door actuator. Probe the contacts with a voltmeter set on DC volts. Then operate the lock/unlock switch. You should see the voltage toggle from +12 volts to -12 volts. If you do, then the wiring, switch and connector are good and you have a bad actuator. Be prepared to start replacing all of them because they all operate the same number of cycles.
The master switch connector does have circuits that have power on them. The Master switch is not directly connected to the window motors. The switch sends a signal to the Front Electronic Module and the module controls operation of the motor on the driver side. The passenger door window motor is controlled by a different module
This may be the switch ,but most times its a motor, try to hold the swith in the up postion and bang on inside of door toward the midlle and bottom while holding switch, ig that doesnt work try to push swith for window to go up useing a little force and wiggle.the best way to find the problem would be to test motor for power and ground while operating the switch.
Please first make sure that your adaptor is working.
Try to remove the battery and connect your laptop to the adaptor. Swith on. If nothing chages, then there is good chance that you have a motherboard related problem.
Most times when this occurrs, there is a problem with the power supply inside the unit. It is possible that the motherboard is not telling the power supply to turn on. Any time the computer is plugged in, the power supply provides 5V as a standby voltage. Pressing the power button sends a signal for the remainder of the power supply to start up. If the 5V supply is not present, no action will occur. Try replacing the power supply.