Q: Power window problem

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The power window isn't working.

Hello! I believe that the issue you are having is caused by a faulty window regulator. It is a fairly common part failure on your particular vehicle. I suggest that a knowledgable technician, such as one from YourMechanic, test the operation of your window regulator. If the regulator is deemed to be "OK" there may be an issue with a fuse, the window switch, or the power supply being delivered to the window. A faulty window regulator is the leading cause of window malfunction.

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