Question about Ford F-150
Sweetpeg123, You can try to jump the motor directly as long as the door panel is already off. You will need a car battery or very long wires that you can attach to your battery in the car. Unplug the window motor. Attach the wires to the battery terminals, trying not to let them touch when you do this. Touch one wire to one terminal of the motor and tap the other terminal with the other wire. The motor may go down a little further. If this happens then just reverse the wires and the motor should go up. If nothing happens when you do this then you have a bad motor and it will need to be replaced. If this works then you have a possible problem in the switch or the wire bundle going from the door to the body of the vehicle. If the other windows work then the fuse is fine and if not then check the fuse and replace with same amperage rating. Good luck with this.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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