Question about Ford F-150
Make sure the lockout for the windows is not killing the power to the passengers switch. It is a safety device to keep the fingers on your small passengers. The lockout is on the master control on the drivers control.
If that does not solve it, the passenger doors window switch is bad.
I like recommending Salvage yards because you can see how the parts come off the other vehicle. A glass shop is next if you want a quick job.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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