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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
power window switch is not working for driver's window.
Any suggestions as to what needs to be repaired?
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
SOURCE: My 1997 Ford Taurus driver
First thing I would do is check the switch for corroded contacts. You should be able to remove the switch panel with just a couple screws, it may also just pop out of the handle.
When you take the button apart and the metal contacts look good then you probably have a burnt out motor. This is very common, window motors are usually the first things to go, almost every car I've owned I've had to replace the window motors (about 10-15 years old).
The motor is fairly easy to replace, you just have to take the door panel off with a few screws and a bit of prying, then the new motor/track should bold right into place of the old one. If you need more help just reply to my solution.
Posted on Jun 07, 2011
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