My driver's door window assembly conked out for the usual reason:
cable jumped the guide and snarled, unfixable.
I replaced the assembly. Of course, in the process, I had to
disturb the switches and wires in and around the door panel.
Soon after the driver's door repair, the switch in the driver's
door for the left rear window would not operate both up and down.
The local switch on the left rear door works this window fine.
Now, in addition, the driver's door switch won't work the other
rear window (right rear) to close it (up). It will lower the
window. As with the opposite side, the local switch on the right
rear door works this window up/down fine.
I believe that HT once wrote to someone else with a similar
problem that this failure usually occurs in the flexed wiring
between the driver's door and the car body. I assume that this is
my problem too. It's either this or it's bad switches or failed
contact at removable connectors. But I have not experienced these
types of failure with other cars that I've owned. In my life,
such switches and connectors have tended to be trustworthy.
I'd like to know what's a good, recommended procedure for fixing
these problems. I'm suspecting broken flexed wires near the front
driver's door jamb, and would like some advice as to how to go