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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power windows on ford explorer
The main reason for this concern, especially if the door is used quite often and/or the vehicle has higher mileage is a break in the wiring going from the drivers door to the body. If you access this area by pulling the protective rubber back, shine a flashlight on these wires and look for a break (open circuit). look for shiny spots from the open copper wire. The stress from the door opening and closing is what causes the break and often you will find more than one broken wire. It will usually be a heavier gauge wire that doesn't flex as easily. Good luck, if you need more info, please ask.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
the switch has failed or a combination of the switch and motor. the switch will be the easiest to replaace as you will have to remove and on some vehicle partially disassemble the seat to do the motor. The switch os mounted on the plastic panel which is held to the seat usually by 2 - 4 screws.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 1997 ford
You need to check the connections at the driver's door switches.
Over time they get mild corrosion on the contact pins and a lot of times unplugging them and plugging them back in will fix it.Smoking actually makes this a very common problem.Not that I'm judging that.
Let me know what happens
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
SOURCE: MY 98 FORD EXPLORER CRANKS
You mean that the starter is turning (cranks) the engine but the engine won't start? Be sure it is getting fuel. Turn the key to the on position and you should hear the fuel pump in the fuel tank run for a few seconds. If so that is good. If the fuel is being delivered then possibly you have no spark which usually is the electronic ignition module. The only way to test it is to replace it. Your timing chain or belt could be broken or "jumped" as the third possibility. I am leaning toward ignition module being bad as they just die without warning and nothing can revive them.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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