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2006 ford mustang auto window wont go up on its own but will go down

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SOURCE: 2004 ford mustang

this may sound stupid but its only a temporary fix. take the panel off the door and tap the window motor with a small hammer. do all the other windows work? does it make any sound when you hit the button? you probably end up having to replace the window motor.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Ford mustang check engine light come on

You need to have it scanned to see what code turned on the light. Check your gas cap, make sure it is tight.

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SOURCE: 1989 ford mustang power window will not go down

check the pwer switch. if you don't detect any sign of live. then you have to open the door panel to check the motor. most likely the motor or the "T" rail cable is broken.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: This morning my 1994 ford mustang windows are not going down

It may not be a fuse. It is the wirering between the door and the post. It is wrapped in rubber. The wire in the rubber cover break. To check to see if this is the answer, make sure that the car is running or at least the key is on and suppling power. Next open the door very slowly with your finger on the window button. At some point the window should work. If it does than that's the problem. Repair the wire in the rubber cover and you are done. Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 mustang water leaking rear floor

Hi , Its leaking water on the passenger rear floor? It could be the heater core leaking and running down the floor board to the rear of the vehical. Do you smell antifreez or see moisture build up on the windshield ? does the car seem more "humid" inside?

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

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