The power window on my passenger side does not go up with the passenger switch, but worked from the drivers side, now a couple of months went by and it quit working from the drivers side - took the door panel off and did not see anything that looked wrong , played with the wires on the passenger side crossed a couple and got the window to go up but still can't figure it out - both switches will power it down but not back up - unpluged some of the wires from the motor so no one would send it down = big mistake half the stuff on that side of the car quit working - took it back apart and pluged it back in , now have air bag light on - Called the dealer said bring it in , said sounds like it needs new window motor Apx. $ 500.00 + labor = I think its not the motor = just can't spend that kinda money right now ! = SEND HELP ! Larry
Power window ! on 2007 Volkswagen Jetta
by Visitor in Saint Paul, MN on April 09, 2011
ANSWER by DaveJHM on April 10, 2011
My initial thought is that you had a faulty master switch. But it's a matter of basic circuit testing. Power, ground, signal, etc. Hopefully the air bag light will be something easy to rectify since you unplugged something.
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