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Cable problems the cables are causing the window not to work it sounds like there broken glass when in fact there isn't.

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  • John Alger Jan 10, 2009

    would like a picture of wiring cable for the electrical power window right side back seat. Where could we find a diagram

  • John Alger Jan 10, 2009

    The cables is the problem just don't know how to fix it. There two cables one make the window go up the other down. Its like they are twisted. Is there any where you can get a picture of what it looks like has to do with the box with the cables

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HI

a picture of wiring cable for the electrical power window right side back seat.see that wiring diagramcable problems - 65fc650.gif

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Http://cgi.ebay.com/2002-Ford-Explorer-Mountaineer-Factory-Wiring-Manual

There is the wiring manual

http://cgi.ebay.com/2002-FORD-EXPLORER-MERCURY-MOUNTAINEER-SHOP-Manual

There is the factory service manual. I always recommend investing in these when doing repairs yourself. This is what dealer mechanics use. It is a small price to pay for exact instructions for everything on your vehicle. If you need further assistance let me know. Also please take a moment to accept and rate my solution accordingly.
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You need a new window regulator and motor assembly. remove the inside trim panel for access.
support the glass in the half way up position with duct tape on the window.
remove bolts that attach glass to regulator. Be very careful not to ovetighten when installing later.
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  1. NOTE: The window must be in the full up position for this step.
    Support the window glass.
Disconnect the window motor electrical connector.

Disconnect the regulator and motor assembly from the door frame.


  1. Remove the regulator and motor assembly through the door opening.
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good luck. ABout a $300 repair at dealer. Do not use a used one. Go to tascaford.com for a discounted regulator. They avg. @ $150.

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  • gerry bissi Jan 11, 2009

    didn't the illustrations show up. I added them in my repsonse.

  • gerry bissi Jan 11, 2009

    the cables, and window guide and motor are all one piece. what happens isthat the plastic pieces on the window guide break and then the cables break when the window binds on the guide. You get all these pieces whne you buy the window regulator. Tascaford.com has discounted parts.

  • gerry bissi Jan 11, 2009

    Rear Door Window Regulator and Motor

    Removal and Installation


    1. Remove the door mounted speaker. For additional information, refer to Section 415-03 .


    1. Remove the watershield.

      • Disconnect the electrical connector from the door.

    2. Connect the window control switch.

    3. Lower the window glass and align the retainer with the access hole.


    4. NOTE: Some vehicles may use rivets to attach the glass to the regulator.
      Remove the bolt or rivet that attaches the glass to the regulator.

    5. Raise and support the rear door window glass to the full up position.


    6. NOTE: Do not detach the door handle from the latch cable during this step.
      Remove the rear inside door handle.

      1. Remove the screw.


      1. Disengage the inside door handle from the door.

    7. If equipped, disconnect the power door lock rod from the back of the inside door handle.

    8. Gain access to the power window motor electrical connector located in the front of the door.

    9. Disconnect the power window motor electrical connector.

      • Press down on the connector tab.


      • Pull the connector upward and remove through the speaker opening in the door. Disconnect the rear door window regulator and motor assembly from the door.

        • Remove the nuts.


        • Remove the screws.

    10. Disconnect the rear door window regulator and motor assembly from the door.

      • Remove the nuts.


      • Remove the screws.

    11. Remove the window regulator and motor assembly from the door.

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Thank you for using fixya, this link will give you the wiring diagram for you Mercury Mountaineer.

Mercury Tech Wiring Diagrams


hope this helps.

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Hi i have had a like this before you have to get your motor replace the one that for the window if you can lock and unlock the door then is not your cables

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The window regulator or motor has gone bad in the door. Common problem,. also check the Fuses or the  window relays if they go bad needs to be replaced.

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There is probably somthing in the window that it crunches when you close the windows

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The control switch module needs to be replace in such cases to solve the problem.

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