Power Window Switch May Fail on Honda Civic Hybrid

On Certain models a faulty power window switch can cause the power windows to work or not work intermittently.

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Average mileage: 126,444 (80,000–226,000)
4 model years affected: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
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2003 Honda Civic Hybrid 175,000 mi,
Drivers side Rear power window will go down but not up. Have replaced the window motor assembly and the 4 switch window controller at the drivers door. No change in operation. HELP
Issue started around 120,000 miles. The drivers side window button operates the left rear passenger's window intermittently. All other windows work correctly.
2006 Honda Civic Hybrid 80,000 mi,
Passenger side window goes down fine but only up intermittently. Now it's stuck down.
2004 Honda Civic Hybrid 80,000 mi,
Put window down won't go up I'm pretty sure it's this cause I've checked the under dash fuses. An they are still good. All other windows work except the driver window. It worked all day an until this last time now it won't go up. I am around 80k miles in my car .
2006 Honda Civic Hybrid 100,000 mi,
right side passenger power window will not go back up. i changed the power window motor with no luck. still looking at the root cause of the problem.
2003 Honda Civic Hybrid 80,000 mi,
intermittantly the driver side window would go down but not back up
This started in the 1st year and Break-Away Honda supposedly replaced motor although when I picked it up the window did the same thing in the parking lot. It seems to happen in cold or wet weather even now on occasion
Rear passenger window will go down from drivers control but not up, it will go back up from that door switch. Has not been repaired.
Power switch on passenger door not working and main switch controlled by driver does not work either.