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Re: 1992 Ford Windstar
If none are working, either the fuse for them has failed or the relay that supplies 12 volts when the ignition is on isn't switching any more. The 12 volts is interrupted when the ignition is off to prevent children (or non-thinking adults) from running the battery down when it can't charge.
The fuse and relay may both be in the same box.
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I have the same issue, but mine got a little worse as time went on. I got a new motor for and when I took the door apart I had to lower the window. so I had to plug the switches back in, and what do you know it started working. so I tested for 15 mins stiaght and it statred working every time I pushed the button. So, I would try that first before you spend over $70 dollars just for the part.
under the dash board on the left side of the steering column is the front electronic control module.
(oem #1F2Z13C788CA- most common # $ 600.00 RETAIL). All affected circuits run through this module. There are five primary power feeds and equal number of grounds. Any one could cause yopur problem or module (known to fail) could be n/g. Best solution is to refer do dealer or qualified tech for pin trace. For do it yourself you will need wiring schematics. GOOD LUCK!