Question about 1995 Ford Ranger Supercab
If the passanger side is working then it is the switch or the motor itself for the driverside that went out
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll find about three phillips screws on the door panel; remove those. Then start lifting the panel vertically with some vigor. Peer in around where it gets loose and you can see the clips move up an inch or so and once those start freeing up you'll feel the panel coming away from the door. More often it's the switch that's gone bad, not the motor. Look at the clips holding the back of the switch on, and work that off. Look at which is the driver's switch and with a piece of jumper wire, substitute that for the switch. If you can get the motor to work, you've found that the switch is what's bad and you can get a new one at the Ford dealer. Before doing all that though , make sure that the wires passing through to the car body aren't visible, hence broken or shorted. Have a friend over to help, do this in good light and have fun.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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