Question about 1994 Ford Explorer Limited
It's position #14 in your dashboard fuse box. It's a 30 Amp circuit breaker, not a fuse. If your other windows work this isn't the problem. The circuit breaker protects ALL the window motors at the same time and will normally reset when it cools off.
If it's the driver side only a little troubleshooting here. Take the door panel off, disconnect the motor connection and see if there's 12v on the power side when you operate the window switch. If 12v is there, the gear set inside the motor is broken (replaceable parts) or the motor itself is shot, If 12v is NOT there my guess would be the switch if the other windows work.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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