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coulb be the control switch on your panel you can take the door panel off and check for loose connections and try to test for continuity. if you dont know how take it to a shop and have them diagnose the electrical. im quite sure it the switch that burnt out
Here is a little information on how window regulator works. Also step by step instruccions on how to remove and install the window glass.
Door Glass & Regulator
Power Windows Diagnosis & Testing
When the rear window lockout feature is enabled, the circuit is open and no voltage is supplied to the rear window switches. When the feature is not enabled, the circuit is connected to battery positive voltage. If this circuit is shorted to ground when the lockout feature is not enabled, the PWR WDO circuit breaker may cycle continuously OFF/ON until, either the lockout switch is pressed to open the circuit, or the circuit breaker is permanently damaged. All windows may be partially or totally inoperative while the fault is present.
Inspect for aftermarket devices which could affect the operation of the system. Inspect the easily accessible or visible system components for obvious damage or conditions which could cause the symptom. Faulty electrical connections or wiring may be the cause of intermittent conditions. Removal & Installation Window Motor & Regulator
Position window approximately half way down in the door.
Remove the interior trim panel.
Remove the water deflector.
Tape the window to door frame to prevent it from moving.
Remove the three front door window regulator motor screws.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the window regulator motor.
Remove front side door window regulator motor.
To install, reverse removal procedure.
Window Switch Front
Remove the front door pull cup screws and pull cup from the front door trim panel.
Disconnect the electrical connectors from the front door power window control switch.
Remove the front door window control switch using a small, flat-bladed tool at the side of the switch.
To install, reverse removal procedure.
Remove the rear door pull cup from the rear door trim panel.
Disconnect the electrical connectors from the power window control switch.
Remove the rear door window control switch from the pull cup using a small, flat-bladed tool at the side of the power window control switch to release the power window control switch retainer.
Remove the power window control switch from the rear door pull cup.
It may be that it is not on the track properly or your power window motor is old and tierd and can take the window down but it doesn't have the juice in it any more to bring it back up. replace the motor and it will work. This problem happened to me in my '76 ford ltd and a new motor fixed it.
your negative battery cable. Locate and remove the screws that hold your
interior door handles in place (they may be hidden by snap in, or snap on
clips). Remove the interior door handles, then disconnect the wire clips to the
switches. Your panel is held in place by snap in clips; use a small pry bar to
pull them from the door (try to get as close to, or directly under the clips to
prevent them from tearing out of the door panel). Once the clips are pulled,
pull the panel upward to remove it from the door.
Install in reverse. If you don't have power windows you will have to
remove the manual window crank. It is held in place by a clip on the back side
of the base. To remove the clip, you will need a small hook (kind of like a
knitting needle). Put the hook in behind the base, and grab the clip and pull
it off. To replace it, slide the clip back on the window crank, and snap it
back on the door.
Remove the rear door trim panel. For additional information, refer to Section 501-05 .
Remove the watershield.
Remove the interior weatherstrip.
Remove the exterior-weatherstrip.
Remove the nut and the rear window stabilizer.
CAUTION: Prior to removing the rivet center pins, place suitable support between the door outer panel and the glass to stabilize the glass. NOTE: Lower the window to access the rivets. Remove the two rivets retaining the rear door window glass to the rear door window glass run and bracket.
chances are, the motor is fine. the regulators break all the time though. You can install it yourself with a little common knowledge. First obtain a new regulator for the respective door from your local dealer. To begin, remove the door panel. use a small screw driver to pry off the wood trim at the top portion of the door panel starting from the rear and moving forward. then pry out the small cover by the door pull as well as the 2 covers underneath the armrest. use a T-20 torx driver to remove the 5 hidden screws. then pry the door panel off of the door being careful not to ruin the clips or tug on the wiring. set the panel aside.
now you will need to remove the side airbag (if applicable)using a 10mm socket. release the locking tab on the plug by prying it up approx. 1/4 inch, and then pull the plug out of its connector. be careful not to turn the key on with this unplugged or the airbag light will be tripped on. if you must , re install the plug so that the computer can "see" it.
Now remove the vapor barrier using a razor blade. be careful not to rip it. once the inside of the door is exposed you should remove the 3 T-30 torxes on the window motor. then tilt the motor out of its bracket and remove it. you may have to pry at it depending on how tight the cable tension is. Now that the regulator is left in the door you have to remove it.
lift the window by hand up in the door until you can see the two 8mm screws attaching it to the regulator through the 2 rectangular slots in the regulator arms. if the window is jammed down and will not move, use a pair of **** or wire cutters to cut the cable to free it up. now remove those 2 8mm screws and push the window back and up into the door where it goes when you roll it up all the way. now remove the 5 10mm screws holding the regulator to the door.
install the new regulator into the door and bolt it in place. pull the window down and install the 2 8mm screws. re install the motor, vapor barrier, and airbag. then press the door panel back onto the door and bolt it back in, and finally install all of the covers.
There is a special tool for taking door panels off and it can be bought at most auto supply companies.It is flat with a v in the end of it so that when you put it between the door panel and the door it will fit around the plastic clips.check the door for any visible screws and there is one located behind the door grab handle and it has a plastic cover over it .Just pop the cover off with a small flat screw driver. Once all the screws are out you have to use the tool I mentioned to pop the plastic clips out of the door.They have barbs on them to grab when installed,so when you try and get them out they are a a little tougher,but not too bad. Don't use a lot of force because the clips will break.once you see all the clips are out the door panel will slide up to release the trim that is at the bottom of the window.The wie will be attached to the power window switch so don't forget to disconnect it.