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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the sensor/switch that detects if the door is closed or open is faulty, you can get the part from the dealership and replace it yourself or take it into the dealership or any repair shop and have them check it out and fix it.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Are you check fuse and relays? This vehicle has the FORD PATS key based engine disabling system, and it is currently engaged. The only way to "reset" the system is at Ford. This is not good. Troublesome system, and not an uncommon issue by a long shot.
However, it can be disabled using the bypass module, this is designed to momentarilly allow the engine to remote start by sending a proper coded pulse to open the fuel rail passlock injector cut off circuit. The output from an alarm/remote starter would then shut down the pulse, once it has detected the engine has engaged, and preserve the integrity of the PATS system. That is it's designed purpose.
I can not speak about a damaged PATS system, like if a thief has destroyed it, because I do not get into this part of FORD'S security application.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
The simple solution for now is to take a jumper wire and reverse the polarity on the motors and the windows will go back up. This will also help to diagnosis the problem as well as to letting you know if its the motors or a short. It sounds to me that there is a short to the main switch that is interfering with the rear window as well. Try checking the wires where they enter the door in the jamb its a bit of a pain in the rear but that is where i go after verifying that the switches and fuses are okay. there is a lot of rubbing that occurs there and it is likely that this is where you will find a short. also check the rear drivers side door, the way these are wired if it is grounded to short there it well effect other windows.
Posted on Jun 05, 2011
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