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Accidentally crushed the wire harness connector from door to car. Had it fixed with a plug and play to the new wire-harness connector (more than one wire were the same color ). Now my power windows, sunroof, nor seat adjuster doesn't work. Checked and tested all my fuses and relays which still work. What's the problem? Female connector (4x6) is receiving some power (i.e. door lock still works) in upper two rows whilst the rest doesn't. Master Power switch has green/white, red/blue, green, red, blue/black, white/back, and white/green wire.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem with now power to windows, mirrors and seat. The common soulution is the orange and or black wire in the boot have broken between the door and post.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
That Clicking should be a Bad Relay Switch. See if you can Locate it and Replace it. It should fix this Problem for ya! Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
if you can here relays when unlocking/locking check for power at door lock actuators inside doors, if you have power on lock/unlock and good earth from connector actuators are faulty.
if no power on test light when operating check output from central door lock module while operating, none coming out of module then it might need replacing.
check 30Amp power fuse for main relay under bonnet (which goes to pin 8 white/blue on module)and 10Amp gauge fuse in cab(pin 1 blue/red on module),pin 15 is also power when relay is on(red/blue) with test light, and module/ actuators.
check outputs from module pin 3 & 4
that go to door locks
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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
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