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It is quite common, as the rear windows often aren't used for months on end, and they can stick in the guides/rubbers, and can sometimes then burn out the motors when they try to move an "immoveable" object. Worth trying running a thin blade around the edges of the glass where the rubbers are, maybe squirting in some silicon spray, then get someone to try operating the switch whilst you "assist" the window to move with a hand on either side of the glass.....
If no joy with that, its a question of checking if you are getting power to the motor, and if so, then its probably winder assembly replacement time. Easy enough - I've written about how to do it on several threads on here....
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