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Automatic Up for power window not working

Passenger side window works with either switch to go down or up while holding the switch. Automatic down works just fine as well, but when you close the passenger side door it will not push up to seal like it should. Also when you try to use the auto up portion of the switch it will not work. Fully push the switch down works as it should and the window goes completely down. Pull the switch up and it will only work as long as you hold the switch. Drivers side works as it should in both directions. Any idea's as to where to begin?

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  • Jeff0608 Dec 16, 2008

    If it was the switch then it would only effect 1 switch no? I don't
    think that both switches would go out at once. Not totally out of the
    question but still unlikely. Also considering the auto down feature is
    still working I don't think it would be the relay since they are just
    reversing the polarity of the voltage.



    Okay problem has been fixed! It was really a simple fix that worked.
    The window apparently has a calibration built into some sort of memory.
    I did further research and found a manual located at http://www.myacrobatpdf.com/1988/ford-mu... This
    told me to run the recalibration based on the window would not go
    completely up when closing the door. I ran the window all the way down
    held the switch for 2 seconds and ran it all the way up and held the
    switch for 2 seconds. The window now works as it should.





  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2009

    I had the same problem. I followed ur instructions and it worked perfect. Thanks



  • lordpeekaboo Feb 25, 2009

    I have a similar problem but the calibration steps did not solve the problem. My window will run all the way up and then drop to about 1/4 the way up and stop. I have disconnected the battery for an hour and tried recalibration several times. Not an ideal condition in South Dakota in February.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    all window motors and switches are good driver side window will not work using switch, and truck does not want to start unless you move the (automatic trans) gear shift around and the gages on the instrument cluster will move then it will start like a broken wire

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There are relays that keep power to the window motor until it is all the way up..it sounds like there is a problem with that relay or the switch itself
hope this helps.....Good luck!

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

  • s60six Dec 21, 2008

    Glad you were able to solve it!.......the next time i see this problem ill definitely keep your solution in mind...........thanks for the update!

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