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Rearwindow/ door so....i have a 1990 Ford bronco. the rear window does not go down. i pulled the back panel on the rear door and I cant see a problem with it. I was thinking it was a fuse but my other power windows still work. Any ideas?

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  • chrislang007 Apr 21, 2009

    I replaced all of my fuses, and I think I have all the fuses in there, but my Chilton manual isn't that clear...

    I cannot roll the window down when I push the switch on the dash, and I do not have the trunk key.

  • Anonymous Apr 24, 2009

    is it hard to replace the motor in the tailgate?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    were would i start too look or what to check.Does the both front and rear units work from the same fuse

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    door has been changed out on driverside and now the passanger side window not working. windows are elect except one that was changed is not.

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Mine trys to go up but doesnt sounds and looks like the gear try but doesnt go all the way and motor sounds good wat could this be

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Your gonna want to take the panel off the tailgate, look for the little motor thats attached to the big window gears and take it apart to see if the plastic gear inside is shattered. i had the same problem and it took me about 15-20 minutes to fix. if it is shattered then your going to have to replace it but it only costs about 12 bucks. goodluck

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When you open the tailgate cover there is an electrical connector attached to the driver side locking latch, if you remove the connector and tuck it out of the way, and then close the tailgate it will work. *****however do not try to raise the window with the tailgate open, because it will raise, and the window will break from the weight of the window******

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

  • lucifer2586 Feb 01, 2009

    Sorry I forgot to tell you to put a small jumper wire between the two wires on the connector.

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I had the same problem and I read on one of these websites that if the tailgate dorr isnot closed all the way it wont work so I went out and opened it and closed it again making sure it was closed on both sides and it went up and down fine. I hope this helps

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If there are no broken wires inside the tailgate try lubing the latches with WD40 and open and close the tailgate several times. If the latches are properly closed on both sides the window will not work

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