Thanks for giving me a start the switch on the passengers door or on the drivers door doesn't work what happen is i went to a carwash rolled the window down after washing the car then it would not go back up i used the button on the drivers door to roll it down when i went to roll it up the light in the switch on the passengers door went out
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Re: passenger window problem on 05 taurus
I imagine u need a new switch, but it could be the motor shorted out too.. If the motor shorted it would normally blow a fuse so you ought to check that first. If the fuse is intact and the switch light is off, its probably the switch broken. Its doesnt take long to test the switch with a voltmeter/Ohmeter.
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Check your wiring. I know that these trucks have that problem mainly with the passenger side but I'm sure it could happen to the driver side as well. See what happens is they run the wiring through the door near the hinges and when you open/shut your door it wears the wiring causing it to short. My passenger side doesn't work with the passenger controls but will work on the master controls. I will be fixing mine here shortly.
1) Master power window switch on the driver door may be bad.
2) Make sure the passenger door master switch has the passenger door switch enabled. If the switch on the passenger door wont raise the window, you probably have a bad window regulator. If it raises the window then the master switch is bad.
3) If the window makes noises when you use the switch and doesn;t raise, then the regulator is bad, Check EBAY for sales, that's where you or your mechanic can find them...Chris
sounds like the driver`s window switch is the problem as the passenger driver`s door switch supplies power to the passenger window motor through the passenger switch,even when controlled by the driver`s door switch
If both window switches on the
driver's side and passengers side do not work most likely it is the Power
Window Regulator.You will need to
remove the passengers door panel and remove the plastic water shield and check
the voltage at the regulator connection. If it has a voltage when the window
switch is pressed then you can order the regulator at the below link, or if you
can find it cheaper or locally you can purchase it from them. http://www.car-stuff.com/mmparts/ford-taurus/window_regulator.html
Most likely burnt contacts in the door switch. The switch can be carefully levered out of the door trim with a flat blade screwdriver , unplug the loom and carefully pry the switch apart with a flat bladed screwdriver. ( Do it somewhere clean and easy to find escaped springs and ballbearings, like on the kitchen table) . Inside the switch are a series of rockers with contacts at either end. Clean up the contacts with some fine sandpaper. Reassemble. These instructions assume that the passengers window still works using the passengers side switch. Good luck
you most likely have a power/ground/switch issue in the drivers door. the power for the other three doors must first travel through the switches in the driver door before it goes to the passengers. hence the reason why when somebody rolls down a passenger window and you push the up button on the driver door the window stops moving. the wires can break inside the rubber boot in the door jam. you can also have an internal problem with the driver door switch unit. you would need a wiring diagram to diagnose this concern.
You need to check the following to resolve the issue you are facing with---
Check for battery voltage at window switch. If no battery voltage at that switch, check for broken wire between door and body. Bad window switch (see if window can be operated by driver switch or individual switch). Bad window switch connector (pin connectors) broken.
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the power windows of most toyotas only works if the master switch located on the drivers side is good. remove the master switch check for burned traces on the printed circuit board. solder a jumper wire across the burned part and it should work