Q: Driver's side window won't work.

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My driver's side door window won't come up. Do I need the window's motor replaced?

If your driver side window is not going up, it is possible that the regulator or motor has failed. Sometimes they come together as one unit, sometimes the motor is replaceable by itself. I would recommend having the vehicle looked at by knowledgable technician, such as one from YourMechanic, to diagnose the exact nature of your window problem.

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