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Re: power windows do not work
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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All power originates/passes through the master control switch on the drivers door panel. Start by popping the drivers switch and with key on check power going to & through the master switch especially the switch that raises/lowers the window in question. Surely you've done checked the fuses and or relays? Hope this helps.
None of the windows are working? If this is the case, opening the door won't do you any good. Check the fuses first. This could also be caused by a faulty main switch on the driver's door as the others are wired through it for the lockout feature.
If you do not have electrical knowledge, and all the fuses are good, replace the main switch in the driver's door.
check to see you have power going to the switch control when your ignition is switched on >>>>>>>>>>as it may be a power feed problem to the drivers main switch panel ,is the window swicth panel located in drivers door panel or on dash/centre consol ?
Kimberly, check your fuse panel, there is a fuse that operates power to your main drivers side door panel switch ( if it operates all 4 windows ). I have run into situations that the main switch is bad or there is a poor ground, but most of the time it is a faulty switch. Also, check with your local auto part store, sometimes there is a relay under the hood that controls power to the windows. I hope that this is some assistance to you. Have a good weekend.
check all fuses and relays first if good check main controll switch on driver door remove passenger door cover remove plug to window switch get a test lite check to see if you have power to pass door window switch have friend move passenger window up and down from main switch on driver door while you check for power on pass window switch plug.if you have no power the main switch on driver could be bad. good luck j.f
Their are two fuses that power this system. One is a 15 amp gauge fuse and the other one is a 30 amp main power fuse. You can also check the power main relay, your ignition switch, or i could possibly be a fault in the wiring
1.Remove the switch from the door trim panel.2.Check for continuity between the terminals. If continuity is not as specified in the table, replace the power window switch.POWER WINDOW MAIN SWITCHWINDOW LOCK SWITCH