check the motor in the door that powers the window. you may have a missing
Maybe its your driver-side window regulator that stopped 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.
Check to see if you are getting power to the motor if so window motor is defective Could be open wire usually in the door jamb area
My driver-side window stopped working....checked all fuses...bought a new switch ...100$ ..rip off, thankass auto zone. my window goes up and down.... yeh
maybe the switch is broken or the fuse/relay has gone??
The switch is burned out. Replace it.
Try something simple: just open and re-close the rear window. The window has a safety switch that keeps the wiper, washer and heater from working if the window is open. The window settles down (from opening and closing the hatch) over time the window settling triggers the switch. If you open and re-close the window it resets the switch and everything works again. My 2003 4 Runner does this over time. I just open it and re-close it to fix the problem.
Remove the window switch panel, Spray switch contacts with WD40. Test operation. Not working? Check voltage on switch contacts. 12 volts on input and at least 11 volt on output to window motor when activated is required.
Remove the decorative cover to the window switch panel. Remove the window switch retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the window switch. Reverse the process to install the new window switch.
There are several possible issues when the window on just one side stops working. The most likely is a bad switch. Other possibilities are that the window motor has gone out or that there is a problem with the wiring.
Fuse? Connector undone? Switch fault? Wiper motor failed?
If the window motor is not running to raise the window, then several things need to be checked to fix the problem. Check the fuse, switch, wiring, and window motor to find which part is bad and needs to be replaced.
try removing switch, and jumping the wires, this should raise window with out pulling door apart
The window switch can be pried out of the console, but do it carefully. But if the windows are not working, there is a dashboard switch, on some models it is in a line of switches above the radio. That is the window lock-out switch so the children, if there are any, can not play with the windows or adjust them inappropriately. Push that first to see if the lock-out switch is set in. Another thing to try before changing a switch is the fuse. There are on-line sources for the wiring diagram for your model.
i would first check to see if power window master switch is good usually if more than one window doesnt work, that's where the problem isfords also have a lock on the master switch for windows other than driver window. check that is not engaged
Probably a bad switch in the drivers door.
bad master switch,bad window motor.bad window regulator,bad body control module
If your Ford Focus electric window is not working, there may be an issue with the switch or the one touch down relay. If replacing the switch does not solve the problem, it could be an issue with the motor, fuses or a poor connection of the wiring between the motor and the switch. If this is something you cannot tackle yourself, it might be worth having a mechanic look at it for you.
Usually this problem is caused because the driver side power window switch is not working because that's where the current is supplied to the other window swithces
I have a 1983 Cadillac El Dorado and the window on passenger side doesn't work. I checked power to switch (ok) and checked switch and it is also ok. I assume that the wiring is loose or motor is bad. How do I remove panel on door
I had the very same problem with my 2000 Chevy Malibu. Rear window would go up but not down from either the driver's switch or passenger switch. Removed both rear switches, the one that worked and the one that didn't. Did a quick ohms check and the working side had continuity on both sets of contact however the other switch didn't. No visible damage, just no contact. Saturated the switch with WD-40 and blew it out with my air hose. Repeated the process and checked again. Bam! there it was, continuity again. Soaked the other switch also for good measure. Now all windows are working again
cANNOT GET THE DRIVERS SIDE WINDOW UP, IT IS PARTWAY DOWN AND HAVE TRIED SPRAYING CLEANER IN IT, NO GO. WHAT DO I DO? The switch, or relay, for that window is faulty, or worn out (since drivers window is most used). Replace it.
Both window switch on the front door will lower the window, the problem is that both switch will not raise the window back up to its close position and also the master window switch on the Driver's side will not operate all the time nor will the master door lock on the driver's side lock the passenger side door. On several ocasion the driver's side window switch lowered it's window and it would'nt raise the window back up unless after quite a few minutes playing with the window switch, opening the door, etc.
The lock switch has nothing to do with the window. If you have power windows and the window switch is bad, you can operate the window by jumping the wires on the switch plug. On my 91 Camaro RS, the window regulator (motor) stopped working. I bought a new regulator at Napa and replaced it. Replacing the window regulator requires drilling out the factory rivets. IMPORTANT! Before you start,you should drill a hole through the door and gear then install a temporary nut & bolt to lock the window in the up postion. This will prevent the window from falling while your fingers are near the gear.