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Recently both windows on my driver's side stopped working,no click or noise when pushing down the window switches. Took the door panels off and the track moves so I'm assuming nothing is locked up. I have never dealt with 2 windows going out at the same time and I feel it might be an electrical issue,any help would be appreciated.
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Sounds power related, have you checked the fuse and relay?
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The connector at each window motor should have two contacts- one with 12v+ and the other ground to make the window go one way, and reversed polarity to make the window go the other way. Unplug the motor connection and check to see if that's what you get on the connector that plugs into the motor when pressing the switches. If you have power at these connections suspect bad window motor. If there's no power suspect bad window switch. I don't know about the 'burb, but typically power and ground go through the drivers door switch first before going to the rear door switch, so if neither switch is working you should suspect the drivers door switch.
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have you tried the rear window from the rear window controls?
my car the rear passenger window works from those controls but not from the driver controls
that would tell you the switch is bad on driver
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The plugs on my window switches rattled loose. Have to push them in while rolling up/down the windows now. Super annoying
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I havnt had much time to look at it but I did try the back window switch and it didn't work either. I'll try some of the suggestions when I get some time. It makes sense that if the front window feeds power to the rear and a front switch went out why I'm having this issue. Just didn't think 2 motors would fail at once.
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