Question about Ford Taurus
If the motor turns but the window does not move, you probably have a defective window "regulator," which is what the motor is supposed to turn to move the window. If the motor actually runs (and you should be able to hear it, if it is in a quiet environment), then the problem is most likely not electrical at all. But the problem could be a cable out of place, or a broken (or out of place) flexible plastic gear track, or a stripped gear (probably plastic) in a "scissors" regulator configuration
Do you want to tackle such a repair yourself? If so, be aware that it will require you to dismantle the door, and maybe even take the window out of it!
Posted on Apr 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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