Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
IT ALL STARTED WITH ONE DOOR THE POWER WINDOW STOPPED WORKING. SHORT TIME LATER ALL 4 DOORS STOPPED WORKING. THE WINDOWS DON'T OPEN OR CLOSE. I TRIED MOVING THE CONTROL PANEL AND ONE WINDOW OPENED AND THEN CLOSED FROM DRIVERS MAIN CONTROL SWITCH BUT DIDN'T OPENED FROM THAT DOOR. WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM BECAUSE NOW ALL 4 WINDOWS DON'T WORK AT ALL
With an ohm meter test the black wire from the switch plug (sans switch) to vehicle frame for continuity. Ground break will disable all windows. Also check main power, light blue with black trace, with volt meter with ignition on for 12.4 volt (aprox. 12V). No power, no windows. For individual windows get wiring diagram and test pairs as indicated for aprox. 1.1 Ohms resistance. The Ford Explorer as well as most other fords use a VERY POOR WIRING DESIGN and all flex points are weak.
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
Check the fuse in the car it may be blown , if its fine then power switch board may be defective ..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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