Did this problem start right after the battery was replaced? If so, start by checking for blown fuses. That often happens from the surge when the battery cables are reconnected.
If the two things aren't related, the most likely suspect when one window doesn't work is a defective switch. It's important to be aware that it can be either switch, the driver's OR the passenger's switch, regardless of which one works the window properly. Each switch actually has four separate switch contacts inside. Two are used when that switch is activated, and the other two are at rest and used when the other switch is activated. We can do electrical tests to determine which switch is at fault, but its easier and faster to find good used ones in a salvage yard and just plug them in to try them.
When multiple windows don't work, the place to start is by checking for broken or frayed wires between the door hinges. It's not likely you'll have two bad switches at the same time unless something happened inside the driver's switch that affects both right windows.
Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 AT 8:04 PM