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Old 03-26-2011, 09:54 PM   #1
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my motor it not gone as far as i can tell cause the window will go up n down when it wants to(down more then up tho). but sometimes when i hit the button to go up it just clicks and i hear a sort of buzzing/beeping noise from under the dash on the driver's side. anyone know what this can be or what i need to trouble shoot? im going to replace the switch anyway because i have to let the passenger side down with the switch on the passenger side. i cant do it from my side but was wondering what it is under that is making the noise and if it needs changed out too.
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