Question about 2000 Ford Explorer
This could be fuses-check your owners manual for the layout of your fusebox. I think yours is just at the end of the dash on the driver's side. www.autozone.com probably has a diagram if you don't have a manual. Pull the fuse for the window(s), preferably using an inexpensive fuse pulling tool. If it looks like this it's blown:
The silver element in the center must not be broken for it to be a good fuse. You can look at a new, good fuse to see the difference below-notice how the elements do not have a break in them:
You could also have bad switches, or window motors-I personally have had to replace three Ford power window motors over the years-the passenger side seems to go bad first. They can also have corroded connections that aren't letting a circuit complete itself.
You'd need to be experienced with an electrical meter (sometimes called a "Fluke" meter-a brand name) to find if your switches are providing current to your motors. You could also check an Explorer forum to see if it is a common problem and/or fix.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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