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You may be right, but my theory is that it might be that the contacts may have oxidized or corroded from sitting for so long.My motor was also frozen, when the switch goes it must force the window to constantly go up or down and cause the motor to burn out.
It does. I studied the yoke (wish I'd studied the switch on the printed-circuit board more) and I couldn't see an obvious place on it where it went into a different mode, so I concluded that the switch must be a 4-position switch (as I recall someone else did). My window is frozen of course, but I can definitely tell there's a fourth position, the auto-down, there.My switch doesn't have the same nice feel but it works, and has held up for a while now.
Does your auto-down work? That is when you press the button hard it goes all the way down by itself.