Question about Ford Explorer
Im assumed the regulator inspected and not gummed up and the wire is not off track or looks like a bird nest; motors are good and tested along with the main driver doors switch, fuse and relay check out, are you getting power to the dash light when the key ignition is turn on? if yes, than you have a short somewhere, if no, check ignitions switch, its also work like a master switch. sometime ignition switch get worned and loose its contact. If there is power to the dash than you going to have to narrow it down. when the key is on position, check using a volt meter to see if you getting any power to the main switch if not that you problems. if you do than you will need to test the main/master switch to see if its sending any power to the regulator by, holding the master driver window down and test the power line to the front door regulator to see if there any power coming from the master switch. if yes than it a motor to the regulator is faulty, its not common for all motor to fail at the same time. hope that help a bit
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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