If you can not hear the window motors running when trying to put window up or down, then the window may be off track. It is probably the window motors needs to be replaced. You can find them at a junk yard for about $50 each...Also check your fuse panel to see if you have a bad fuse...
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If the power window itself still work fine, and the illumination on the driver's side door lock still work, then the LEDs behind the switch are the issue ( usually bad solder joints ). If you are talking about all doors other than the driver's side, do you have the window lock on ? The lights on the switch turn off when the driver's side window lock is enabled.
We have the same exact problem! we just jiggle the driver's side switch for the passenger window until the window finally goes up. Not the best solution, but it does work eventually, and it hasn't taken more than a minute... yet.
It sounds like one of the switches may be faulty. I see this happen a lot with Fords... You'll need to remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge. You can then disconnect the harness connecting the power locks and you can test the switches...
If the lock is trying to move, like you hear it but nothing really happens, replace the door lock actuator. i believe the windows are on the same fuse. Try removing the interior door trim and tap on the window motor lightly with a small hammer while holding the switch. If the window moves, replace the motor. If not, check for power and ground at the connector. If you have power and ground (which switch when going up then down) then replace the motor. If you dont, repair the circuit.