Question about 1996 Ford Mustang
Don't know how all that checking took place
or why you don't know if both motors are working
I work from factory wiring diagram books, I buy for
all my vehicles
You look at diagrams of the exact product your troubleshooting
How would you know anything at all without reference material?
Where would you put your volt meter test leads without a print
& a point on it you chose to start your voltage drops.
I would say in most cases the door panels have to come off,
to test switches & motors all within a reasonable time frame
Just walk the wiring diagram from the fuse
You either have battery voltage or you don't
Once the door panels come off you unplug &
power the motors direct to the battery, with a circuit
breaker you install in your made up test wiring,which
obviously has to be 12 feet long.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Mar 13, 2009
After checking the fuse and wiring harness, I removed the motor and tested it. The motor was working fine; I then tried moving the window up and down manualy and with a great deal of resistance
was able to move it. I then used liquid wrench on the pivot points and was able to get the window to
move. Then I lubricated the tracks and rollers with lithium grease and put the door back together
and now both windows are in perfect working order. I did have to repeat the process for both sides.
I should mention the T-bird had been garaged for a number of years so apparently the original lubricant had dried out.
Thanks for the interest and I hope my experience helps someone in the future.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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