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Did you replaced any parts or just removed and unplugged and then plugged everything back in?
Ok. It probably is the window motor itself. One simple test we always do to verify the motor is the problem is to turn the key to on, but leave the engine off. Then open the passenger door and while watching the dome light carefully, press the passenger side power window switch up and/or down and see if the dome light dims slightly when the switch is pressed. The electrical load going through the window circuit will cause the light to dim if the motor is not working.
Let me know if you need any more information.
Do you have a meter to check for power to the window motor when you are pressing the switch up and down. You should have power on one side in one direction and power on the other side with the switch pressed in the other direction.
If power is good, replace the motor. If power is intermittent, replace the switch you are pressing.
I doubt both switches could be bad at the same time. More than likely it is the motor.
It would be the power window motor itself. I do not have access to the actual part numbers because I am at home and not at my dealership today.