Question about Ford Explorer Sport Trac
Well lets start at the begining - if none of the windows are working take out your owners manual.
find the fuse and relay guide - look for the power window fuses, pull them out and check if they have been fused - like a light bulb burned out.
if so replace them with ones of the same ampage - the number printed on the fuse or ampage set in owners manual which ever is higher do NOT go over ampage in owners manual.
if fuses are ok look for the power windows relay - with engine off but key on have someone operate window switches and you listen and feel for relay clicking which means it is energizing.
Now with out any knowlege of how to use a volt ohm meter or understanding of DC electric it will be near impossable to instruct you on pulling the relays and testing them; test the drivers side window switch for power by taking the door panel off. testing the window motor for voltage going to it when the switch is in the up or down position and a common falure point in older cars the wires running from the door frame through to the door.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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