Q: Q: Windows not going up or down

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Three of my windows won't go up or down: the front driver's side and both rear windows.

Hi there. Since multiple windows are not rolling up or down, this rules out the window motors. The parts that require attention are the window switch themselves. Your master switch or each individual window switch may not be working properly. I’d suggest having a certified mechanic sent by YourMechanic come to your residence and correctly diagnose your window issue and replace the window switch if necessary.

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