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Passenger Power Window Switch

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Passenger power window switch does not operate window.

Passenger window works fine from drivers door master switch.

Does it have to be the passenger door switch or could it be the master switch?

I don't know what the wire diagram and colors are so I can't troubleshoot it very well.

All help is appreciated. - Thanks
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Re: Passenger Power Window Switch

passenger switch is proly broken. if the driver switch did not work either, then its possible the passenger switch is fine, since you need the driver side switches working and connected for the other window switches to work. but since yours works, its passenger switch gone bad.
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passenger switch is proly broken. if the driver switch did not work either, then its possible the passenger switch is fine, since you need the driver side switches working and connected for the other window switches to work. but since yours works, its passenger switch gone bad.
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Re: Passenger Power Window Switch

You could do a quick voltage check of the GRN/BLK wire at the passenger switch. With key at II it should have voltage present. If you have voltage then likely the passenger switch is the problem.
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You could do a quick voltage check of the GRN/BLK wire at the passenger switch. With key at II it should have voltage present. If you have voltage then likely the passenger switch is the problem.
Yes, I have voltage there.

Ordered a switch, see how it goes. - Thank you
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Yes, I have voltage there.

Ordered a switch, see how it goes. - Thank you
The new passenger switch has solved the problem. Thanks for the input! - Ron
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