The windows in my mustang have been non responsive before but now they are just not working period. No reaction to any switches at all. Good thing they're all up...
Here's a couple of previous problems before they stopped working altogether.
The rear right has to be put up/down by the switch in the back, and the passenger is same. Operates on its own, and not by the master driver side switches.
Could it be the main switch needs replacing? I'm hoping it's that simple, but I'm wondering if there's anybody out there that has any previous experience that would be able to help.
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Check fuse panel to be sure window fuse is good. If it is check to find out if windows will work from their individual switches. If they do it is probably the master switch on the driver door or the wiring is broken where it goes from the body into the door. Try jiggling the wiring while operating the switch. If you get some reaction it is wiring broken.
there are several problems can happen to power window! may be fuse, or loose connection in power window panel switch, glass winder, glass motor etc. first of all do u get any response from the glass motor while holding the switch. then its glass winders problem. if no reactions from glass motor while pressing switch you have to check fuse, panel switches and then last the glass motor!
check fuses first, if all are good check for power at fan, if power is at fan and its not coming on replace fan, if no power replace coolant temperature sensor and recheck power at fan. the coolant sensor sends a signal to the computer to tell it to turn the fan on so if your getting power at the fan and its not working i would change the sensor, i hope this helps
THE HORN MAY BE BAD. HORN FAIL FROM AGE & LONG PERIODS OF NON USE. TRY PUTTING BATTERY POWER RIGHT TO THE HORN. IF NO SOUND OR VERY POOR RESPONSE, GET A NEW HORN. IF IT SOUNDS LIKE A HORN, CHECK THE HORN FUSE WITH A TESTER, " THERE SHOULD BE POWER ON BOTH SIDES OF THE FUSE. IF THE FUSE IS GOOD, PULL THE STEERING WHEEL, THERE MAY BE A WORN BRASS CONTACT STICKING UP. PUT A WIRE FROM THAT CONTACT TO SOME METAL UNDER THE DASH, IF THE HORN WORKS YOU WILL HAVE TO WORK ON THAT CONTACT OR MAYBE THE HORN BUTTON ON THE STEERING WHEEL
the window switches in the door can offten go bad just from sticky fingers. some times the are known to just stop working all of a sudden. it is also posible that the motor has gone bad, or more likely a bad conection at the motor or switch. the door switches on the mustangs are not the most sturdy switches. the tend to break loose and move around. u can test the motor by simply runing 12volts the the terminals on it. depending on witch terminal has power and witch has ground determins if the windo goes up or down. also check with volt meter or test light that there is power to the switch, just turn the key on and ground the test light and plug in the terminal that goes to that switch.
Two unrelated problems. If you can hear the window motor running, but you have to manually pull the window up or down, it needs a window regulator. Check the fuse for the power seat. If its good, you can the connector at the motor under the seat to see if its getting power.