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Thread: Left rear window down yes up no!

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    Left rear window down yes up no!

    Ok I've had this problem for awhile, and I've bought a new switch group for the front but that didn't work. Now there's nothing wrong with the door itself, i can plug it up to the other side and it will go back up just fine. So whose got any ideas?

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    Been Around the Block jjlong's Avatar
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    Since you swapped that door to the other side and it works, did you consider taking the other door and putting it on the side that doesn't work? That would rule out the plug at the B pillar.

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    Addict jeeeep's Avatar
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    check the connector pins on the faulty side, i've had pins push out of the connectors.

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    Old Timer longarmwj's Avatar
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    Sounds like a good excuse to get half doors to me

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