Question about 2003 Ford Windstar
I tested fusses and they were good i had no power at fuss block.
It might be a fuse in your car or it might be you need a new battery.
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try getting lube down into the handle and into the latch from inside the back seat area of the car.. You will have to use straw.. If that dosent work try just popping top of inside door panel loose. You should be able to get your arm down in from there..
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
I have the same issue, but mine got a little worse as time went on. I got a new motor for and when I took the door apart I had to lower the window. so I had to plug the switches back in, and what do you know it started working. so I tested for 15 mins stiaght and it statred working every time I pushed the button. So, I would try that first before you spend over $70 dollars just for the part.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
SOURCE: no heat up front rear heat works
it is your temp control solenoid they are about 40 dollars and ford will replace them for about 110.00 just had mine done last month and it fixed the problem
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
You need to get a can of penetrating spray (WD-40) or similar, and spray inside the lock/latch mechanisms. Use the little red nozzle and make sure you get in behind it, down the side etc, to loosen up linkages. It may take a little work, and a couple of sprays, but keep working them manually until they free up, then start using power locks as well. Once they are working good, get a spray can of white lithium grease or similar, and give them a coat of that as well, sprayed all over the backside, and down the sides as well, to prevent/deter same happening again.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
SOURCE: Power windows stopped working
If the power to the illumination and the switches is out in the door, I would say it is a broken wire in the A-pillar to the door on the driver's side.
This is a Light Blue w/ Black stripe wire, it powers both the illumination and the windows themselves.
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
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