Somebody was dozy on the assembly line. They connected the loom incorrectly but it's an easy fix. You have to get into the centre console to access the area where the 4 door wires meet at the master control panel. Find the rear passenger door wire by taking turns disconnecting the other wires. Then find the front passenger door wire by the same method. Now pull the other window wires off and connect the wires to the specific switches one at a time until the right switch works the right window. It's all good!
Try wd-40 on master switch and passenger door switch it that doesnt work either your master switch or passenger switch took a dump
Try swapping it with the driver's side switch
Definitely sounds like an electrical problem. First check the fuse that controls the window circuit to be sure it isn't blown out. If it's okay, then the switch could be faulty or the wiring leading from the switch to the back window motor could be broken or shorted out somwhere between the drivers position and the back of the vehicle.
I would replace the master window switch
On Nissans, the passenger and both rear door window switches get their power through the master (drivers door) switch. First thing to try is playing with the master switch. Move the master switch button that is inop to the position that is not working and move it around with your finger. If this don't work, remove the master switch and clean the contacts, maybe with some silicon spray and then test if you have power leaving the switch. If not, the switch probably needs to be replaced. Have seen this happen on other cars and it has been the passenger door switch. It is most probably a double pole double throw switch and both sides of the switch need to work to make the window go both ways. Check the connections on the back of the switch and/or interchange it with one from another door. I think most likely a wiring fault at the passenger door switch and the drivers door switch have the same fault. Ken
Maybe its your driver-side window regulator that stopped working.
It is on the driver's door.
The drivers side window switch is the master switch which means all the power goes thru it first, before it continues to the passenger side. I would remove the master switch and using a 12V circuit tester, I would see if current is passing thru the switch and also it may simply be a loose connection at this master switch.I hope this helps you. Mark
Either control switch is enabled on driver's door...or child switch on the insideof door (where it latches) is enabled
Both window switch on the front door will lower the window, the problem is that both switch will not raise the window back up to its close position and also the master window switch on the Driver's side will not operate all the time nor will the master door lock on the driver's side lock the passenger side door. On several ocasion the driver's side window switch lowered it's window and it would'nt raise the window back up unless after quite a few minutes playing with the window switch, opening the door, etc.
well iam a retard you have take off the door panel to get to the motor but to replace the window switch get a flathead sd and stick it under the front of the switch holder and lift up
it should on the driver side door it should on the driver side door
This would indicate a bad wire or bad master switch.
In the compartment between the driver and passenger seats is a switch
I wouls suspect the passenger side switch is defective. Salvage yard is a good source for this part.
had same problem; check switch on driver side ., if it operates the passenger side ok, then just replace the driver side window switch .. $20 part from the dealer.
Window lock switch is out change the master switch.
Dear Sir, The problem is most likely the switch on the passenger side has gone bad. You might want to be sure that your WINDOW LOCK button is not on. It is on the driver's side control panel located on the door. i have to go for the switch as well. i like both responses, make sure the lock is "off" before replacing the switch.
I'm currently having the same issue and from what I've gathered over the past week online, it's one of two things. Either the window switch/connection is faulty OR the regulator. Mine happens to be the switch because the driver side switch for the passenger window works fine. Now my problem is if the passenger and driver switch mechanisms are interchangeable when purchasing?
Bad master switch?
Driver side front door panel.
A switch in the master bedroom.
If the passenger side works fine and there is no power at the driver side motor, I would suspect the switch. A weak motor will overheat the switch causing it to melt inside where the contacts are.
Sounds like a defective switch on the driver's door disconnected wires on either door or you have a lock out switch turned on... with driver door, i suggest pulling your "panel" off and verify your switch is actually connected and if it is, then replace the switch
The switch is located on top of the transmition directly below the master cylnder on the driver side of the car