Maybe its your driver-side window regulator that stopped working.
Had the same problem my self last week. Take a hot wire and a ground and jump out the switch. Changes are the master switch went bad on the door panel. Ken
it could just be the switch pad on the drivers door
Pop out the switch on the drivers door; it may be a simple connection at the drivers side (master switch). All power runs thru this switch before going to the motors or other switches.
Replace the switch ! It is really not that expensive and it will fix the problem !! If it works from the drivers door replace the switch on the door that doesn't work ! If it works at that door replace the drivers switch ! KM
The door switch is bad. I have replaced the drivers side door switch on mine for the same reason.
Probably a bad switch in the drivers door.
Hi, The problem with your pass side window is the drivers side power window switch. I have had this same problem on my 1993 Aerostar.
Sounds like a defective switch on the driver's door disconnected wires on either door or you have a lock out switch turned on... with driver door, i suggest pulling your "panel" off and verify your switch is actually connected and if it is, then replace the switch
Depends. If you're in the military it's not a problem, but if you're a civilian you must switch over your drivers license.
the problem lies in the fuse, switch, motor, or wiring.
No. The problem lies in the starter itself. Replace the starter and the vehicle will start....
Check the drivers side switch panel for the switch that locks out the passenger windows from working, make sure it is not on.
I replaced the drivers door switch on mine and it took care of the problem
Often the plug in connector at the drivers side switch can becaome loose and break the connection. Remove the switch and check this.
If you're CERTAIN that the fuse is good, check the headlight switch. There is a separate circuit inside the switch that controls both the dashlights and tail lights. If the INPUT to that circuit is working but there is no power out from the switch, you'll have exactly the problem you duscuss.
define the problem is door switch and not window motor.
Did you happen to check the turn signal flasher before you installed the switch?
first you need to diagnose the problem. turn on the ignition and press the appropriate switch. while pressing the switch slowly both up and down notice whether the dome light dims. if it dims then the switch is working and the problem is probably the motor as it is drawing power and not working.
in my trail blazer i took the whole switch assembly apart and discovered that a miny diode had fried. It is a matter of replacing the switch assembly.
There is likely a problem with either the headlight switch or the associated circuit.
if it is working then not it is usually the switch.. ur best bet money wise is get the switch first and see if this cures the problem u can check at a local junk yard for a switch for alot cheaper then new.
First check your fuses if none are blown then check the switch.
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if the drivers side switch works, but not the pass. side the problem is in the pass. side switch. if nether side works it is usually the regulator