Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
If the other windows work, the problem is not a fuse. The window regulator and window motor each could be bad. A glass shop can remove the door panel and replace the parts in about an hour. If you want to do it yourself, the salvage yards have the motors. But the left and right motors are not the same. The window regulator is plastic and old plastic is not reliable. If you are good with tools you need to take off the door panel, electric switches, speaker, and block the window up with wood and a clamp so you can get the motor out. The regulator takes a little patience to replace. By the time you are done you will have spent at least 4 hours chasing and replacing parts yourself.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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