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Crew cab rear window issue

I am having an issue with my passenger rear crew cab window. It will go down with the switch(at the rear door) but not back up. And the master switch does Nothing. I can just put power to the motor and the window will go back up. I tried swapping out switches, no go. I also swapped out the short harness that plugs into the back of the switch, no go.

Also, I just had the whole dash and interior out sound proofing. Any ideas?

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Well I found my problem

Broken yellow/red from master. Also found 3 other wires with cracked insulation. All where the harness goes from the truck to the door. I replaced all 4 wires. Cut out and replaced about 12" of wire. Lickly I had a pices of spare harness so they are all the right color and heat srinked. Otherwise that would of bothered the hell out of me

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Typical issue with windows/locks. The bending back and forth of opening/closing the doors breaks the wires.

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I fond it kinda odd on the passenger rear. But I think me taking the harness in and out of the door twice in the past 6 months didnt help matters much

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