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Q: Power window not working.

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My front passenger power window is not going up.

If the motor is getting power from the switch and still not moving, the problem is the motor / regulator. If no power is received from the switch when pressing, the problem is the switch. Make sure the fuse is not blown, if the other windows work, this can be ruled out. A trained technician, like one from YourMechanic can get that inspect your window make the necessary repairs for your problem.

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