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2006 Mazda 3 Power Window Switch Temp Fix


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srmjr 
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Location: Louisiana, United States
Posted: May†04, 2019 at 8:01 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote srmjr
I ran into the problem of my driver side window willing to roll down via power windows and not wanting to roll back up, and luckily I found a way to get it to roll back up without the use of any tools or taking anything apart!
The solution: Simply toggle any working window continuously with the broken switch at the same time, and that method supplies the needed power to the broken switch!
As long as you have one working window, youíre in great shape!
Have a good one!

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