Question about 2004 Ford F150
All of my windows will not go down. its like the master control is messed up. the driver side door locks don't work either. the door lock works on passenger side. also when I open the driver side door it does not shut off radio or and dome light does not come on. it does on passenger side.
It does sound like the driver's master switch, but possibly a broken wire in the driver's door. You could try a used master switch to see if that was it (before spending money on a new switch that may or may not help).
Posted on Jul 24, 2013
Is the battery failing,if so it will, as you said
mess with the GEM Module & it's relays &
give you just what your getting.
You may have a bad door switch as well a battery
Posted on Jul 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 92 F150 power window and locks
try taking apart and cleanig all contacts first. make sure you are getting power to switch. Sounds more switches are going bad. They usually last about 5 to 7 years before they start going out.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Take a look for a corroded splice in teh driver's side door sill. There are 2 places, 1st is up by the A pillar, this is a blue w/ white stripe wire.
The other ( that seems to be on SuperCabs ) is a purple splice by the c pillar
the splice is 2 wires in on one side, and a single wire on the other. The splice is covered is something that resembles hockey tape, and holds water, if it gets in the door sill.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
SOURCE: my power windows and power
You need to get a wiring diagram when ever you have
any electrical issues
Study that before you even look for a fuse
You have to have an understanding of the circuit your
about to work on, or your wasting your time.
A local repair shop with Alldata or similar system, may
print what you need
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
SOURCE: My 2006 F-150 drivers side
With the list you have, I would think broken ground wire in the rubber boot from the A-pillar to the door on the driver's side.
I have seen this one a few times ( not chronic but happens ).
It is a black wire in the door to a-pillar harness. SWAG at why the window worked when open part way, the wire touched at that one time, and pulled back apart again.
Example picture of a broken wire
Posted on Sep 22, 2011
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Before you replace anything, inspect the connector pins in both the driver's door switch and the passenger door switch. If you don't find any problem with these connector pins, replace the driver's door control switch.
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