Hi again. A more detailed description of the original problem - my apologies for not describing this better from the start. Maybe this can give you a better idea of what I should be looking for. In late February of this year, I put the front passenger power window down a little bit. I couldn't put it back up using the switch on that side, however, the master switch on the drivers side did put it back up. I didn't mess with it again because I didn't want to be stuck with a window that wouldn't go back up during bad weather. When I went to check on it, again, in mid to late May, I discovered that neither switch would work for that window plus the back passenger window also didn't work from either switch. I don't know if the back passenger window failed at the same time as the front or before or after. The master switch works both the driver side and back passenger windows just fine. The replacement switch I bought works the same. I have read that this particular brand of switch can sometimes be defective, although I would think if that was the case it would maybe work some of the other windows and not work just like the one I was trying to replace. Do you think an electronic cleaner/conductor could help? I have read that sometimes the connections on these switches don't make the correct contact because corrosion, etc. Builds up on them. Once again, thank you for all of your time and help. It is very much appreciated!
Thursday, June 11th, 2015 AT 7:32 AM