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Power windows do not work

What do I look for when I check the main switch panel?

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  • virgbuff74 Feb 07, 2009

    main switch panel on driver side door

  • ivanang21 Mar 03, 2009

    windows dont work but when i press the buttons the sidesteps come out

  • La Roy Mar 11, 2009

    2002 Ford F150 windows will not go down, replaced fuse and the fuse blows, now when I replace fuse it will stay in the slot

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what do u mean by the main switch panel, do u mean fuse box or power distribution box under the hood??

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Check fuse 401 in the central junction box (Instrument panel fuse box) 30 amp.
You didn't say if it was a regular cab or super cab but wire colors to the front are the same so make sure u have power to LB/BK this is the feed from fuse 401.
The drivers side window the 2 feeds are TN/LB and WH/BK. when pressing down one will have power the other will be ground,they will switch when you press window switch to up.
You will have 2 TN/LB on the master switch one for LF(pin 6) other for RF (pin 7). The other feed for from master switch to RF is WH/YE.

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The next thing to do is pull the window switch and test it with a 12 volt test light.

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