Question about Ford F-150
It is real simple, You don't need anything fancy, Take the switch out of the arm rest, it should pop right out, You have in your hand the hot wire for the window, which should be hot, and the switch, and the lead to the window motor. If you take the switch apart, you can usually get them working with a little scrubbing, most of them get wet from the window being open and the corrode. I got all mine working just by cleaning them. But, if you just take the wires off the switch at the connection, you should be able to see what is the driver's window, you can run a hot wire to it and it should go up, or down, If it goes the wrong way, reverse the wire. The hot wire is coming into the switch, should be 2 wires in and about 10 out. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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