Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
Under the driver seat, and under carpet just left hand side of driver seat there is one yellow wire connecting to other three yellow wire, there is always corrotion, check that out.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
The problem may be a defective lockout switch or with the wiring that is connected to the switch. Try opening the wiring harness at the point where it passes through the door where it flexes upon opening and closing of the door. You may find where the wire has broken and needs to be spliced back together. I experienced a similar problem with the same wiring harness on my 2003 Dodge Ram 1500.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
I have a 2002 ram 1500 with a similar problem with the electric windows. After some trial and error I think that I have found a weird (for me as a non-mechanic) place where my problems have been coming from, the steering column adjustable locking lever. For about 2 years I thought that my driver control panal for the windows was going out because it stopped controling my rear passenger window though it still worked from it's door switch. Then the other day all windows were inoperable on a very nice day to let the windows down but I had already let them down and since turned off and on the vehicle. It was a bit of a stresser as I didn't know if it would rain before I could figure out a solution and I have no cover to park under etc.. I figured that it was my control switch until none of the switches worked, then just kept wiggling wires in the door jam, of course first checked the fuses, then luckily after a turn off then start up they worked all at once and I kept them up. Since then I found that they worked after an adjustment to the steering wheel column and thought that I had the problem pinpointed to this odd seeming location, but what do I know. Now, however I have discovered that not only can I still control my rear passenger window from the master switch but the position of the steering column isn't a factor as much as the lever that locks it into position. My next stop will certainly be to the certified mechanic once the funds make themselves available but until then I don't have a wiring schematic nor the knowledge to read one so I chalk this up to dumb luck, I'm just glad my windows are working for me this moment.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
Check the window/door lockout switch on the drivers door control module.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power windows
THERE IS A WINDOW LOCK BUTTON ON THE DRIVER WINDOW SWITCH PANEL. IF THIS IS PRESSED ONCE IT SHOULD ALLOW THE OTHER PASSENGER SWITCHES TO OPERATE. IF IT WON'T ALLOW THE PASS. BUTTONS TO WORK THEN THE LOCKOUT BUTTON MUST BE DEFECTIVE. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU. KEEP ME POSTED PLEASE. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK
Posted on May 18, 2009
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