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Driver Window The driver side window to my truck will not go back up. I hear a buzzing noise when I press on the power windows but the window does not go up. My brother says it might be the motor

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Hi, I have 2001 Ford Explorer Sport trac, My Driver Side window was able to go down but not come up. When i press the UP switch i hear a buzzing noise comming from under the Dash, I traced the buzzing noise to a box that has 4 cube relays, I tested all relays and they seem to work ok, I Isolated the driverside window Relay and swapped it with one that works but i still hear the buzzing noise. I dont think its window motor, all other windows work well. any ideas?

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Sounds like a motor, or a s stuck mechanism. Either way the door panel must come off and this is no easy task.

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further investigation is required, take of side panel to see what has become detached.

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