Power windows

Asked by Jun 26, 2017 at 07:39 PM about the 2006 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

hello i have a little problem i had the same problem  
with my master control switch so i replaced the
master control switch all Windows started working
for like a week or so all work except the passenger
front window so since i got the part from the junk
yeard i ordered a brand new one and still the front
passenger window will not work. so i was told that
it was probably the window regulator and i was
about to buy it to the other day i had to replace a
head light and detached the battery put thr light in
and went about my day later on that night after
work to my surprise the passenger side window
started going down end up and then it stopped
working the next day so im kind of lost on what to
do since i really doubt that it's the window
regulator but something is causing it not to work
properly please reply at tamarbo71@gmail.com  if
you have any suggestions thank you

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