Question about 1986 Ford Bronco
You must remove the panel from the inside of the rear door and apply voltage with a jumper (+) wire from a 12 volt car battery which needs to be grounded with a jumper cable to the frame of the truck, since the window is probably stuck down it will be difficult to get acces to the switch's positive wire to unplug and apply voltage to it but if you can reach it and touch the hot wire to the window motor's positive wire you will be able to get the window up in order to work on and perhaps replace the switch, be careful not to get your hand caught in the mechanism when contacting the pos. motor wire or switch wire with power, as a matter of fact if you can use and aligator clip on the end of the jumper wire and attach that first to the positive switch wire or motor wire then connect to the battery that would eliminate the risk of catching a hand in the window mechanism, just wear safety glasses when making a spark near the battery when contacting the positive wire.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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