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I found this:
I'm not really certain how effective it is, but you never know it may work. If not please let me.
You stated you have a 2000 Honda Accord EX. Do you have leather interior, 4 cylinder or V6?
You had a Honda dealer fix the problem about a week ago or so? If an authorized Honda dealer did the repair, the repair should be covered for @ least 12 months or 12K. You may want to check with them to see if they will honor there work, like they are supposed to.
What exactly was repaired?
Here are is something else I found:
If the power windows operate too slowly, this indicates a possible problem. The first step in checking out a power window system is to determine whether the whole system is out or just one or two portions.
The window switch and master switch are actually wired in series. A problem with either switch affects motor operation.
A dead motor can be diagnosed with a 12-volt light or voltmeter by first ensuring that B+ is available to both switches. Moving the switches should switch the B+ from one side to the other. By connecting a test light across the switch, the presence of voltage and the switch itself can be checked.
The motor is checked easily by jumping the terminals to B+ and ground. Reversing the connections should reverse the direction of the motor, raising and lowering the window.
Corroded switch contacts are a source of excessive resistance.
The last diagram is a basic diagram of what to test for. I would recommend checking any fuses, relays & the master switch. Also, it might sound a little corky. Is the main switch turned on(off)? That would disable 3 of the windows. Check under hood fuses & under dash fuses, anything that states power windows. Check that car battery is good charge & connections clean & tight also. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you.
Let me know what you find. Also I truly believe it is worth the extra $ to purchase a Honda Service manual. They work great, in my opinion. Good luckCustomer Thank you.