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99 slk Mercedes LH window will not work. Fuse was

99 slk Mercedes LH window will not work. Fuse was blown 1st. Replaced fuse did not work.Pull the console were the switches are.Swaped the switches buy switching the wires, the RH window worked with both the lh did not.Hooked the LH window motor up with a battery it worked up and down. What s wrong

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Faulty switch or relay or brake in the wire so you need to test the wiring to motor see if theres power to motor

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Have a factory installed trailer wiring hook up. Have top right pole live at all time. If I leave a trailer hooked up the running lites stay on even when key is turned off. Which pole should the running lites be hooked to , to have theom on when the headlites are on?
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