Question about 2002 Ford Escape
No there is no ground. It is all controlled by the switch. What you want to do is get a Multi meter and set it to 20 Volts. Then hook it up to the 2 wires at motor. It should read around 12 volts when you press switch up and should read -12 Volts when you press switch down. Or Visa versa.. Either way it should change polarity when pressed from up to down. If it is doing this the motor is bad. Try tapping the motor lightly when pushing down button. This will be a for sure sign of a bad motor. Hope this helps ya .. :-)
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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