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Power Window problems

I have a '99 Ranger with a driver's side window that will go down but not up. With the window motor disconnected I get +12V and -12V readings at the connector. When I reconnect the motor and take readings I get -12V and 0V. Any ideas?
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sounds like the motor is toast or the switch is bad
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I tested the motor and it operates in both directions.
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then id replace the switch on the panel
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