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Re: rear window in 92 explorer
I think that it is bolted in from the inside. I have a 99, so the method for attaching the moldings around the window may be different, but what you need to do is remove the trim from around the inside of the window. This will expose the bolts that hold the window in. Good Luck. Please post your results.
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Rear window motor. Roof opening panel module. Auto-dimming interior mirror unit. Door lock switch, driver side. Door lock switch passenger side. Power window motor, driver side front. Overhead console switch assembly
Not sure if this is what you're looking for. Let me know if it works.
Wil it work at the door switch or not at either switch? If not make sure you have power and ground to the motor in up and down positions. if so suspect the motor.Also the cable operated regulators break and will not let the window go up or down
Remove the rear door trim panel and watershield. Refer to Section 01-05B .
Trim Panel, Rear Door, Explorer, Hi-Series Four-Door
Removal and Installation
Remove the two screws retaining the rear door trim panel (27406) located above the door handle.
Remove trim cup at the door handle using a screwdriver or sharp object. Retention nibs will flex for easy removal.
To remove window regulator switch plate (14524) , use notch located at lower end of plate using a screwdriver to lift and remove.
Remove window regulator switch plate from rear door trim panel pulling wire harness from rear door trim panel .
From bottom of window regulator switch plate , remove two screws and disconnect connector from window regulator control switch (14529) .
At each plastic clip location, pry the rear door trim panel away from the door inner panel using the door trim panel removing tool from Rotunda Moulding/Trim Kit 107-00401 or equivalent.
Remove panel, lift slightly to remove flange at the top of rear door trim panel from trough in the glass weatherstrip.
For installation, follow removal procedures in reverse order. Replace any bent, damaged or missing plastic clips on the rear door trim panel to the door inner panel, firmly loading clips into slots provided on rear door trim panel .
If equipped with power windows, disconnect the wire from the regulator.
Remove the rear door window glass as described in this section.
Remove the window guide, if equipped, (nuts and washers). Remove guide from door belt opening.
Remove three 1/4-inch rivets attaching motor bracket (electric) to inner panel and two 1/4-inch rivets attaching regulator lower bracket to inner panel. Use drift punch to knock out center pins for each rivet.
NOTE: Use care not to enlarge sheet metal holes in the door inner panel when drilling.
Using a 1/4-inch diameter drill, drill out the remainder of the rivet.
Remove two upper regulator attaching nuts.
Remove regulator from the front door (20125) .
Lubricate regulator mechanism with Multi-Purpose Grease D0AZ-19584-AA or equivalent.
Install regulator into access hole in inner panel.
Position regulator using upper regulator studs and tabs on motor mounting bracket (electric) or cup mounting plate (manual).
Install rivets attaching regulator to door inner panel (1/4-20 x 1/2-inch bolt and 1/4-20 nut and washer assemblies or equivalent metric fasteners may be used as alternates).
Install two upper regulator attachment nuts.
Install door glass as outlined under Door Glass Installation.
Adjust glass as outlined under Adjustments .
Reconnect wire to regulator, if equipped.
Check operation of window regulator.
Install door watershield and trim panel. Refer to Section 01-05B .
Without proper electrical diagnostic equipment and based on the very through description that you gave I would suggest getting a new switch. I say a new switch because on the drivers side the switch is one giant junction block. I have the same vehicle and had my door panel off for some locking issues.
I have attached a link to Ford Direct. The part that you are looking for is Window switch, explorer, 4 door, right
You will need to remove the door panel to gain access to the handle. Roll the window up or down as needed to get to the nuts that attach the handle to the door. You will also need to remove a rod the goes to the door lock. You will see the rod after the door panel is removed. Good luck.
First you need to somehow get the inside trim off of the rear lift gate. This can be tricky with the lift gate not opening, but it can be done. Be careful not to damage your trim. Inside you should be able to see the back side of the handle, wiggle the handle and see what connecting rod is not moving, there should be a little plastic piece broken. replace that and you should be fine.