so over the past few months ive been having issues with my driver's side window switches, where sometimes they'd work, other times they wouldnt, and about a month or two ago, they started getting to where they would work consistently as long as the door was all the way open, then about a week or two ago they stopped working open or closed, but rather they had to be completely open, then i had to pinch and/or pull on the rubber wireway in the door jamb to make them work. now they dont work at all on the driver's side. today i decided to take the door panel off and cut open the rubber wireway to see if there was a knick or cut in one of the wires, because going by the characteristics of how it was working, i was under the assumption it was a wire shorting out somewhere in that wireway. well i noticed that unless you completely disassemble the switch module, the only parts of the wire loom you can access is whats in the wireway, about 4" of what sticks out of the bezel hole, and just being able to touch the wires behind the Hood release. i couldnt find any nicked or cut wires but at the same time, i was very limited to what i could see and access. does anyone have any suggestions as to how to access the rest of that wire loom without having to completely dismantle the switch module (which would be a bitch and a half to remember all of which wires go to which terminals), or a different solution as to why the switch doesnt work? i think first thing im going to do is check the continuity of the switches, but i find it rather odd that both the driver and passenger window switch dont work at the same time (which made me believe it was a common wire between the two that was causing the problem). just to make things a little more clear, the passenger door window switch works fine, and both of the door lock switches work fine.