As some of you may know, I'm in college. Well, the truck's been sitting at home for over a month and I went home this last weekend and drove it. Things were allright although it was definitely evident that it hadn't been run in over a month. Anyway, on to the subject of my post. When I got in and went to unlock the doors, I pushed the switch up, and nothing happened. Then I pushed it up really hard and the doors unlocked. The passenger side had been doing this for over a year and I was convinced that the switches were just getting old. So, knowing that if the switches were going to be junk, I didn't care if I wrecked them. So, out came the WD-40. I put that little red tube thing (the one you always lose) on and sprayed right inside of the switch. Let me tell you, it was awesome. The WD-40 must have eaten any corrosion that was on the electrodes because now the switches work like brand new. You barely have to push them at all and the locks go up and down. Fastest and easiest fix to crappy power window controls ever...try it!