Power windows not working Post Reply Search Advanced search 12 posts • Page 1 of 1 JLum New Member Posts: 4 Joined: Mon Jul 30, 2012 1:50 pm Truck: 2007 My What else could cause this problem? 2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT Crew Cab LB - Maintenance & Repair Looking for a Used F-150 in your area? When I got to the park, my driver's side window would not roll up. Does Your EcoBoost Shudder? this content
Previous story Are OEM Alternators Worth It? Mark helpful 70 Report Elizabeth answered about a year ago Gentlemen.....Ladies.....Anyone? The break was somewhere in the boot/harness at the drivers side door hinge. FRENCHIE !!! 5 out of 5 people think this is helpful.
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Glad you got working windows again. Just unhook any connectors necessary and use a small screwdriver to pry apart any snap-fits. The red is shown to run through the OT module which is a solid state unit. Ford F150 Window Wont Go Up Mark helpful 570 Report Brandon answered 2 years ago Ok I have a 2005 f-150 I have replace both motors window tracks and driver and passenger side switches and still won't
Also is there a way to test it?? 2001 Ford F150 Power Window Problems I just wanted to say I replaced the regulator and the motor, replaced the switch, and checked all the wires in the door jam. Top JLum New Member Posts: 4 Joined: Mon Jul 30, 2012 1:50 pm Truck: 2007 My Truck Mods Re: Power windows not working Quote Postby JLum » Thu Aug 16, 2012 Need help!!!
Just got done cleaning mine and now it works. Top JLum New Member Posts: 4 Joined: Mon Jul 30, 2012 1:50 pm Truck: 2007 My Truck Mods Re: Power windows not working Quote Postby JLum » Fri Aug 17, 2012 2004 Ford F150 Power Windows Not Working Take the time to find broken or frayed cables, plastic guides, and mounted parts that are broken, or any parts that appear damaged. 2006 Ford F150 Power Windows Not Working No visible signs of broken wires under the boots.
Forums Gallery Tools Tire Rim Calculator Vin Decoder Live Feed Marketplace Vendor Directory Become a Vendor Member Marketplace Vendor Marketplace Site Store New Posts How-Tos Log In Register All All Threads news My windows all went out yesterday and I was beyond aggrivated by this because the drivers door was acting up and it finally just went out. Any ideas out there. Possibly a burnt out motor AND a bad master switch?Thanks for help with the double trouble.Ted[/quote]Still have problem with the passenger front window. 1997 Ford F150 Power Window Problems
quiksilver2101 2015-03-09 22:15:09 UTC #7 Hi everyone, thank you so much for the input. You should be able to pry up a section of door panel to gain access. Working... have a peek at these guys Good luck.
Possibly a burnt out motor AND a bad master switch?Thanks for help with the double trouble.Ted Top caddydaddy Regular Member Posts: 25 Joined: Sun Mar 11, 2007 7:24 pm Location: San Ford F150 Power Window Switch All you need to fix this is maybe one or two small screwdrivers, and something to wipe off the contact points with (I used Cu Tips). Password Register Forgot Password?
So you did the passenger side? will try again soon! Here is a look at a good vs bad contact. F150 Passenger Window Does Not Work Broken wire in the rubber boot between the driver door and post.
There's a number of people out there who will buy a part from AutoZone or whomever, install the new part, and return the old one as "defective"; getting them the part Thanks for the write up. We're also the official blog of Blue Springs Ford Parts, one of the larger retailers of OEM Ford parts in the United States. http://win8s.com/ford-f150/f150-windshield-wipers-not-working.html Sign in Transcript Statistics 41,791 views 42 Like this video?
I also inspect all the other wires for signs of damage and fix those, too. I guess the last switch I got was faulty. Reason: MORE INFO 01-07-2014 #2 Purplehazeir Senior Member I am: Kevin My Rig: 2016 F150 Lariat Join Date: Jan 2011 Location: Arlington, WA Posts: 1,436 Check the Here's how you go about diagnosing and fixing a power window that won't work.
The Following User Says Thank You to grahamd88 For This Useful Post: Pickemupman(11-20-2014) 03-07-2011, 03:58 PM #7 boganator Junior Member Join Date: Mar 2011 Posts: 2 Thanks: 0 Thanked It's quite obvious the problem here was bad contacts. pleasedodgevan2 2015-03-08 09:18:28 UTC #3 You may need a better ground between engine and body, so check the negative battery cable. These were also snap-fits, so use one of the small screwdrivers to pry them out.
This switch allows the windows to only be opened by the drivers master switch buttons. (safety function for kids I guess).. 01-23-2014 #4 fmblizz Junior Member I am: F-150 How-Tos ExteriorGeneral OverviewTires and WheelsTowing and HaulingTransmission4WD - Four Wheel DriveBrakesCleaning and DetailingInteriorOff-RoadingPowertrainSteering and Suspension Participate In The Forums Create new posts and participate in discussions. ok4450 2015-03-11 07:39:09 UTC #13 Great that it's the switch and not the OT module as a new one could possibly be hard to find and/or pricy. Here's the ProblemNovember 20, 2012Will The Ford Ranger Come Back to the U.S.?September 24, 2012Ford Contour SVT - The Forgotten Performance CarJune 14, 2013Should You Use Synthetic Oil in Your F-150?March