Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
It is freezing below zero here. I rolled my driver side window down and it will not roll back up. I tried pulling the window up and it rolled all the way in. I can hear the motor when I push down, but it hesitate when I push up. What the case may be with my window?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
window relay module probably went bad. theres a window relay under the dash you have power . try getting a wiring diagram mabey at an auto parts store or the library. so you can trace the problem down . short of taking the doors apart and checking the motors that drive the windows . Old fix with the old school cars bang on the doors from the inside with fist . it sometimes works the connections on the old school cars . Its stupid but it worked to get the window up .
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
hi,better to bring your car to gas station with car lifter,lift your car ,you can determine where the noise come from,or maybe you can see the rotation of your proffeler shaft,ty
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
It obviously takes more power to push the window up than to release it down. I believe that the regulator on your motor is going bad. I believe that you have to replace the entire assembly. It is actually a simple job to do though. You first have to pop the door panel off which is held on by plastic clips and three screws. Then pop the two linkages for the lock and handle out and unplug electrical you then have to take the wrap off that is held by black RTV that is used for moisture control. there should be to brass clips holding your window in that you need to pop off and release the window from the assembly and unhook the power wire for the window motor. Then there are about five bolts holding the assembly in (3 for the motor and 2 or three for the track) once you unbolt them the assembly will slide out. Then in goes the new one; you may need someone to help hold the window once you get it in place and you are clipping it in. I think the assembly is 70-90 dollars.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
If you have power windows it should be a broken cable, If its manual then it should be the crank asm. or the white plastic trac, it may torn at the end.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
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