Q: Broken power window

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The power window doesn't work.

A power window that does not function correctly can be the result of lack of battery voltage. This could be due to such things as a blown fuse or a failed window switch. It is also possible that the window motor or regulator in your Town & Country has taken a turn for the worse and may need replacement. Unfortunately, with the information provided on your Chrysler being limited, I find it best to recommend enlisting the assistance of a certified mechanic to come by and inspect the faulty window in question in person. They will have the knowledge and tools needed to quickly determine why your window is not working as well as make the necessary repairs to allow you to roll your window up and down as needed.

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