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Q: Front window not rolling up

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My front window will not roll up, though all of the other windows work.

Hi. This issue is usually caused by a faulty switch on the door. It can be the individual window switch or the master driver side switch. I would recommend having a mechanic visually inspect your window to ensure that the correct parts are being replaced.

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