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Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Littleton, Colorado
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I had my car at a "renewal" shop earlier this year. When I got it back, the car had shiney paint, renewed leather on the seats, shiney tires, and the windows did not work at all. I tried to check the connections, which they had terribly handled. Even after I put the right wires on the right connections, it did not work. Three days at the local wrench, John Eisenbud again!, they figured out that the little wires that connect to the switches fail on a regular basis and they had to splice new connections onto each of the wires. Now all the windows work and all is good with the universe. Check the continuity while fiddling with the wire as it might make a connection while unstressed, but when you hook them up to the switch and force it into position, the connection might be broken on one of the wires.

Good Luck.
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