Use a circuit tester to test the switches. You can test both switches from the right side door. Gently pry the plate holding the switch up and out of the door with a flat blade or screwdriver. There are several wires coming out of the switch. Five large gauge wires control the motor. The center wire is hot. Two of the other wires come from the left hand switch and the remaining two go to the motor. Find a good ground. (I used one from the door lock switch). Test each of the five wires. One wire is hot when pressing the UP button on either right or left door (Check both sides). One wire will show hot when pressing DOWN button on either door. These are the wires that go to the motor. If you have power here you will have to trace those wires to the motor.
Remove the door panel: Two screws inset in door handle. One screw under plastic cover on top front of door panel. Two screws on bottom of door panel. Remove cover around door latch handle. Pull the panel straight up.
For me: power was going to the motor. When i tapped on motor it started working!! Probably temporary fix.
Now to find out how to remove motor!!
Please your question is incomplete and I am not able to answer it.
Answer Check the window switches.
Check the switches, both the one on the passenger side AND the one on the drivers side. If EITHER has failed or has somehow become disconnected, the window will not work.
Check the fuses on the front passenger side
Check the window fuses. They are located underneath the driver side kick panel. If the fuses are blown the windows will not work.
The power window fuses and relay should be on the passenger side dashboard facing the door. take the panel off and on the panel it should be labeled... more fuses on the drivers side ...
check fuses/relays; I'm pretty sure the 190e has one fuse the 2 rear windows
sometimes the window switches are bad and burnt and then finally the motor but first check the power at the switches.
ford windstar fuses for electric windows location and numbers Windstar LX
Well, I had the same problem out of my mazda... if it is the driver side, check the switches to see if the passenger side works. if from the drivers side switches one window works, and the other does not, you need to replace either the power window motor located in the door, or the switch itself. (But check the fuses under the dash first!) if no blown fuse is visible, then the motor is most likely to blame. I have had 2 mazdas with the same problem. good luck.
Have you tried checking the fuses? Sometimes odd things are on the same fuse and you might have one that is burnt out.
Check the fuse box for blown fuses.
the power window fuse is in the fuse box on the passenger side of the dash. Open the passenger door to locate the fuse box. the power windows is fuse holder #26.
2000 Solara passenger power window. Are the fuses separate for the windows? Left works right does not with no power to the drivers switch for the right side.
Yes and No. Circuit breakers, fuses, and switches all interrupt power flow when opened. Circuit breakers and fuses are current limiting devices that are designed to protect the wiring. They typically are tripped, or blown which automatically causes the circuit to be opened. Circuit breakers and fuses should not be used as switches. Switches are designed to only interrupt power flow.
Power window module (amplifier) is not working. It is located inside the door panel.
Front Windowss1995-1998 Windstar - Engine compartment fusebox / distribution center: fuse letter "G"1999-2003 Windstar - fuse #'s 106 (passenger side) and 113 (drivers side) in the ENGINE COMPARTMENT fusebox control the power window motors.Rear Windows1995-1998 Windstar - ?1999-2003 Windstar - fuse #'s 18 in the PASSENGER - INSIDE fusebox control the power window motors.AnswerThe owner's manual identifies 2 fuses, #34 for the drivers side, #40 for the passenger's side. The Fuse panel is located under the dash, driver's side, close to the side wall. Squeeze the fuse cover plate to remove it and use the fuse puller on the underside of the fuse cover plate to remove the fuse. #34 and #40 are 30 amp fuzes and adjacent to each otherTIP: don't focus just on the word "Power" when looking through the fuse charts! In 2002, the book doesn't use that word - "LH Window Motor" and "RHF Window Motor" are what I found. Fuse numbers #106 and 113 in the "Power Distribution" box in the engine compartment.There is extensive coverage of fuses and the circuits each one protects in the Owners Manual.See "Related Questions" below for sources of free online Owners Manuals for 1996+ Ford & Mercury products.See "Related Questions" below for more about Windstar power windowsUnder the hood in the power distribution box.
where are the fuses located for the rear window heater on an nissan almera 2001
Check glove box there are fuses there
Right windows (front and rear) are fuse H, and left windows fuse G. 1. The power(for all the windows) flows through the K4 power window relay. That relay is powered by fuse #2. 2. Than the power flows through fuses G + H, and to the switches in the forward rear window switches in the center console by the shifter. 3. Power goes through the front switches, to the rear switches, and than to the window motors. 4. Ground is supplied to the motors through the switches as well. Ground to the rear switches is controlled by the "rear window safety switch" located between the front and rear window switches on the center console. - - ----I just sat here for five minutes trying to put into words a description of the the operation of the switches and power flow to the window motors. I cant say I can do it w/out really confusing everyone. If anyone really needs an operational description just message me. Hope this helps.
Is it a particular window that's gone bad or do none of them work? Before you suspect a window motor (located in each door) or the power window control unit (driver's door) check out the fuses under the hood. You'll find the power control center on the passenger side under the black cover. They're 20 amp blade fuses. I'm guessing there's your culprit.
You can view the 2001 Ford Windstar owners manual online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Information The fuses and relays section starts on page 187 ( it has the diagrams and lists )
If it is just the passanger side don't bother with the fuses. the wiring does go thru the drivers side and then to the passanger side. Use a voltmeter at the passenger power window motor. If you get 12V to the motor it is probably bad. If you don't have 12V at the motor the wiring to it is probably bad. Make sure you didn't accidently turn off the passenger window switch at the drivers side door.