If the car has less than 36,000 mi on it, what is wrong is that you're
not taking it back to the dealer.
If you're not hearing the motor when you try to put it up, either the
motor is not getting power which means a problem with the wiring or
switch or the motor is bad or there is something broken preventing the
motor from going up.
If the car is in warranty, don't worry about it. You already paid to fix
it when you bought the car with the warranty.
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