Thanks T, but oddly, now that I have the window all the way up, I'm considering taking the switch out so that the window can't be lowered. Call it a $10 fix for my problem and don't look a gift horse in the mouth. You see, I can't be totally sure that the failing switch on the passenger door was the sole problem. If the old switch did not return to neutral and indeed did overheated the motor at least once, I'm paranoid that I may have an ailing motor in the door. If I pretend that the new switch solved all my problems, I run the risk of soon finding a lowered window that won't go up again, which in a Florida rainstorm would be pretty messy. It also would mean that I would have to fork out real dough for a new motor and actuator. What to do, what to do.......
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** 2009 Vibe: 1.8 liter automatic **
** 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring **
** 2007 Honda Fit Sport **
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