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Both windows are fused from the same location. Most likely the window motor has gone out or a malfunction this the track mechanism. Check to make sure the window switch in the door handle is good first. Take the switch out, take the wires off the back of switch and jump the wires/connectors together. If window works, replace switch. If all you hear is motor hum or no sound from motor, motor is bad. Window motors usually start to slow down (window rolls up slowly) before they go out.
1. Get the Haynes repair Manual for your vehicle from Auto Zone or Your local Auto Parts store. 2. This sounds like you have power windows and if so there is a track with a pull guide make of a plastic inside. The manual will show you how to access and repair the problem yourself. Typically your looking at 20 for the manual and 20 or 25 for the part plus time if you do the job yourself.
Two unrelated problems. If you can hear the window motor running, but you have to manually pull the window up or down, it needs a window regulator. Check the fuse for the power seat. If its good, you can the connector at the motor under the seat to see if its getting power.
relays are normally in the fuse panel on the left side of dash by knee.
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
Location and Values NOTE: The headlamp switch (11654) has an integral 20-amp circuit breaker.
The combination instrument panel fuse and circuit breaker panel contains most of the fuses and circuit breakers used in the system.
The fuses and circuit breakers are color-coded by amp rating.
The locations and values of the fuses and circuit breakers not contained in the panels are shown in the following chart.
Circuit Protection and Rating
Headlamps and High Beam Indicator
20 Amp. CB
Integral with Lighting Switch
Heated Back Window
16 GA Fuse Link
Power Windows, Power Seat, Power Door Locks
20 Amp. CB
Starter Motor Relay
Engine Compartment Lamp
25 Amp. CB
Lower Instrument Panel-Reinforcement
I have not had the priviledge to do this on my 98 stang. But changing anything with the power window is a *****. The first thing you want to do it hop online and look up "chiltons" or "Hayes" they are repair manuals. I have a chiltons and EVEYTHING i've ever needed to know has been in there. They're not much more than 20 or 30 bucks. shop around i'm sure you can find one for cheap. mine was like 12bucks from online somewhere. You're more than likely going to have to take out the window. but it's easy to put back in. BUY a CHILTONS or HAYES repair manual. and you'll find a lot of answers there