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Q: Passenger window won't roll up

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My passenger window won't roll up.

A: There are a few different things that could...

There are a few different things that could cause this issue including the switch, the regulator, the motor, or wiring. I would recommend having the electrical portion of your window inspected by an expert technician. This will likely include the removal of the door panel for inspection but certainly for regulator or motor replacement. Once the source of the problem is diagnosed have the issue resolved in order to keep the interior of your vehicle safe from the weather.

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