Question about Ford Explorer
You may have a bad motor, try holding the switch up and bang on the inside of door toward the bottom front this may shake the internal parts of motor and make a contact to get window up, if this works then you have a bad motor, the best wat to test is with a test light, remove inner door panel and test for ground and power at the motor connector,while switch is held in up or down postion there should be power at one wire and ground at the other, if this is the case then motor is bad. if you dont have power or ground then you may have a bad switch. or broken wire coming into the door where the hinges sre. hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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