I'm not sure about the 1992. But in my 1988 this is what I found was easiest: 1) Take off the inside door trim (careful not to break any plastic) 2) Locate the power window motor, it will be close to the front of the door in the bottom 1/2. 3) Remove the plastic weatherseal from that area. 4) You can access the bolts that hold on the motor through a small hole, just big enough to fit your hand through. But that is VERY frustrating and almost impossible if you have big hands. You have to be a contortionist or have very specialized tools. What I did located the position of the mounting bolts, drilled a 1/2" hole (3 holes) through the inside door metal so that I could get a socket on the bolts....much easier. You can pull the motor out throught the hole that's big enough for your hand. Once I changed the motor, all the holes were covered up again by the plastic weatherseal. 5) re-assemble trim.
Best of luck!
Your switch is bad or the window motor has gone out
behind rear seat
Check your fuses, check for power going into the window motor, exc.
Check to see if you are getting power to the motor - if so probably a bad motor Check the operation of the switch
window regulator cable is broken need new regulator
more than likely
how will u
Depending on the motor is it a 108 or a 205
Relay being activated
how to put a power window back on track on a 1991 ford f150
if you take the door panel off, then the speaker out, then the plastic cover insulater, there should be 7 bolts with washers;undo those around the outside of the door. then the major panel will come off. two bolts hold the motor on. undo those and take the motor off the gears. then replace it with the new one and do the process in reverse.
the motor for your power windows is shot, or your wiring is gone
Can you put a 350 gm motor in 97 ford f150
How do you replace a power window motor on a 1995 Pontiac Firebird? Oh man... this is the same problem with my wifes F150. If you drill through the inner door sheet metal or plastic you can access the final of three rivets. To remove the motor you have to drill out the rivets. Get a rebuilt motor for about $80 (ouch) and reassemble with the nuts and bolts that were included in the box, that replace the rivets. I think I had to cut the wires and solder up the original connector to the motr. The wires were color coded. You can try to remove the window and regulator as an asembly.. but you would be a fool. Drill. It'll take you under a half hour.
Ignition relay is probably shot. It is in the power distribution block in the motor comprtment.
The window regulator is gear-driven. The arm that raises and lowers the window has a long curved rack, driven by a gear on the motor. Most likely, if you can hear the motor running, then the gear on the motor is broken, or the gears are stripped. I've had both problems. You'll need to pull the window regulator to disassemble and pull motor to find out for sure which one it is. Either way, it sounds like you'll be changing the motor.
There are people on Craig's that will do it for 500.- plus price of motor of course, if you mean rebuild the one you have it will be considerably more. Could be anywhere from 1-2 grand.
Under dash in fuse panel; Relay Switch #2 (On left, second from top)
I need to change out the alternator on my 2001 f150 supercrew. how do I do it?
it should be next to the blower motor
I've got a 1994 Explorer, which is very similar to an F150. The power window control module allows "one touch" open or closing of the the window. It is mounted (i.e. located) on the inside of the door trim panel. The dimensions of this black box (literally) are about 2.5" x 1.75" x 0.75". When you remove the panel to work on the window you can disconnect the wire harness to it to remove the door trim panel. On electrical schematics it is called the "one touch module". The Haynes manual I have doesn't mention it in the instructions for taking off the trim panel. When disconnected, no power gets to the motor. I mention this because if you are testing the wiring and the switches, you can waste a lot of time trying to figure out why their is no power to your motor. Hope this helped. Rhett
Check fuse if ok Check to see if getting power to fan motor - if ok motor needs replacing - if not may be switch or relay
The 2008 Ford F150 doesn't have a vent window. They do come with a Vent visor so that you can roll your window down a little bit without being in the elements, a replacement will cost you about $50.
( 6 quarts ) of 5 W 30 engine oil with filter change