Question about 2005 Ford Focus
I checked the fuses and they are all working. I checked the window moter and it's good too. When I press the window button I don't hear anything, there is no clicking or moter sound. Note; all of the other power windows work perfectly. I replaced the window door switch (button) and it still doesn't work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing you should do is swap the passenger switch in place of the drivers switch and then see if the window now works. If so then you need a new drivers side switch. It may be clicking but it may not be working.
If it still doesn't work then you need to get your hands on a volt meter and get back to me.
You need to remove the drivers door panel and investigate the window mechanism, it sounds asthough its sticking.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2008
Try removing the window switches in the door and check for loose connections. Check the bulk connector in the door jamb for loose connections as well.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
yes sounds like you need a motor/regulator need more info go to collisionrepairadvice.com diy or whom to see to save money
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Do any windows work, under any circumstances?
I had a problem where my passengers could not control their windows, but I could control them from the driver's door controls; and it turns out it was a bad battery. Apparently the Taurus computer tests the battery voltage while the car is being started, and if the voltage is too low the computer begins disabling accessories, like the power windows. (But it doesn't alert you, say, by turing on the Check Engine light.) It also was affecting the remote control (key fob) operation, which is also fixed now.
So apparently if your battery ever falls below 10.0V, the computer freaks out and goes into "limp-home" mode, and begins shutting accessories off.
So check your battery with a voltmeter; if it's below 11.0V in the morning with the engine off, or below 10.0V while cranking the engine, I'd try getting a new battery.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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