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Power Windows Partially Not Functioning - 2006 Chrysler T&C

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Hi everyone! Nice to see that there's a one stop shop like this for those who have a Chrysler minivan.

I have a 2006 Chrysler T&C, and for some reason the power windows have partially stopped working. The driver's side controls don't appear to work, but the single switch on the passenger window works.

I was driving to a friend's one day and I opened the two front windows and the two rear windows because there was a raw sewage smell in the neighborhood I was driving in.

I brought the front windows back up and then went to close the rear windows, but they wouldn't close. I arrived and restarted the car, and the rear windows still wouldn't close. Then I tried the front windows and realized they wouldn't close either. HOWEVER, the passenger side window does close, but only with its own passenger door switch.

This lead me to believe that the control switch might be broken for the driver's side, so I tested a functional switch from a 2005 T&C, but it still didn't work.

I have also attempted to replace the fuse for the power windows, but it didn't make a difference.

Note: pressing the driver's side controls does not dim the lighting in the car, so I don't believe it'd be a failed motor, much less 3 failed motors, unless someone knows something I don't about the electrical system.

Hopefully someone can lead me in the right direction.
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Looking at that diagram, because the passenger switch works that eliminated the fuse, PTC relay and the single common ground for the system. As stated it looks like wiring and it's missing power. All three power inputs to the drivers switch panel are white wires with a pink tracer. Check power at pins 14, 11 and 9 at the connector. One may be missing.

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