Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
When I press the power window button all I hear is a small clunk for the window assemly and the window will try to move. I know it has power because if I help it a bit the window will sometime move.
From what you have described, it sounds to me like you have a bad/worn window regulator which is what the window motor and window itself are connected to. Not the easiest of repairs, especially if you've never replaced one! But if you attempt this repair you'll need to 1st remove the inner door panel to access it. Its mostlikely bolted to the inner door framing and riveted to the clips the attach the window to the regulator. Oh, and if your window is in the up position, tape it with masking tape in place by starting at one side, then over the door piller, and ending at the otherside of the window. you can order the regulator/motor assembly at your local chain auto parts store (Pepboys, Autozone, O'rielly, etc. Good luck, and let me know if this helped you.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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