Ford likes to run a GEM ( I rememebr General Electrical Managment) module This is used to control things like windows, heater, I believe seats, maybe a bad GEM?
More likely it is a window regulator, or maybe a guide bearing. Both are cheap parts that are expensive to have replaced.
Common problem have Solenoid replaced Usually the pressure regulator valve.
Unless the glass is broken then there is no reason to remove it. If you have a problem it is possibly the motor or regulator.
I had the same problem with a 98 contour, It was the fuel pressure regulator.
take it into the dealership and they should be able to fix the problem for you
I replaced the drivers door switch on mine and it took care of the problem
No, the gears are stamped as part of the regulator arms. If the gears are bad the regulator unit would need replaced. More likely a problem with the gear on the motor. I've never seen the motor gear offered separately. Motor would have to be replaced.
Is it getting spark?
dony know, having the same problem- replaced reg. / probably fuel pump diaphragm
ask an auto electrician to check the Over Voltage Relay. It lives under the dash above drivers legs. It has a Zennon type regulator and a fuse which can b replaced if its blowen. Its about 50 X 50 X 75mm in size and is silver in colour. Failure of unit can affect many of the electrics in the 300e
Keep in mind the #1 problem with these vehicles is fuel pumps. Most of the time the regulator is replaced needlessly.
have you replaced the fuel filter
I have a 1993 silverado that was doing the same thing, and the problem turned out to be a bad regulator inside my brand new alternator. Ireplaced it and went ahead and replaced the battery, I haven't had the problem since! Hope this helps. I have a 1993 silverado that was doing the same thing, and the problem turned out to be a bad regulator inside my brand new alternator. Ireplaced it and went ahead and replaced the battery, I haven't had the problem since! Hope this helps.
Just had this problem. I replaced the oxygen sensor and it appears to be running fine.
Idle air control? Fuel pump? Coil?
In the fuse panel located in the drivers side. Too bad this won't fix your window regulator problem which you're having.
I had same problem. I fixed it when I replaced my fuel pump with an inline electric pump & regulator. 4psi worked the best for me.
Yes it will. That happened to my wifes car. The mechanic replaced the pump and it still had the same problem. Replaced the fuel pump regulator and still the same problem. The problem was the ignition switch was shorted and the car thought it was being stolen and shut off the fuel pump. Hope it helps!
The problem is probably a bad fuel pressure regulator on the fuel pump. The part is not sold separately and the entire pump will have to be replaced. Otherwise, it could be a problem with the fuel injectors, which cost about $80 a piece.
Sounds like the brushes need to be replaced. Find a shop that can check your regulator, and who can rebuild your generator.
it's probably not, check your distributor, i had similar problems, changed regulator, fuel pump, car still would stall or hard start. it turned out to be my distributor. i will repeat, this is a problem with the villager, they go bad quick.
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
Technically speaking, probably not. The problem is that the license is actually the property of the State which issued it to you. It is NOT yours. It should not be difficult to get it replaced, though.
Avoid the problem and fit a solid state regulator. For example view www.manortec.co.uk/dvr.htm
check fuel pressure regulator