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.
A 1992 Ford F1 50 pickup truck window switch wiring diagram can be obtained from most Ford dealerships. The window switch wiring diagram can also be found in most Ford service manuals.
Bad relay/window motor/switch/wiring...........
Probably the switch or faulty wiring.
you can by pass the switch, get wiring diagram and figuare out wich wires are for window motor you need rolled up, then remove switch and put power to wire that will make motor roll window up
Pop out the switch panel and remove the two screws disconnect the wiring and reinstall the new switch
First test to see if the problem is the switch, wiring, or the motor. Here's howhttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/test-power-window-motor-and-regulatorThen replace the regulator if the switch and wiring test good. Here's howhttp://www.ricksfreeautorepairadvice.com/repair-topics/window-power-repair/replace-a-power-window-motor-regulator
Remove the door panel. Remove the switch retainer. Remove the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new switch.
A faulty power window switch or faulty wiring. The motor works in either direction (there is only one motor per window), so it's not the motor but the wiring or the window switch. Unless the motor control is damaged, that is. Check the switch for continuity first, then check the continuity of the wiring. If you don't find the fault in either of those places, check the motor assembly. Post back here with your findings. Thank you.
To bypass the switch you will need a wiring diagram or have to use a vom meter to find the wiring layout. The local dealer can provide you with a diagram.
Busted switch, motor or wiring.
could be that also could be the window moter or just wiring
It could be a few things such as a bad motor, a bad switch or bad wiring among other things, it should be pretty easy to test the switch and wiring with a voltage tester... if you push the switch and you hear a noise from the window motor it could be that the gears aren't alligned properly
un plug the connector at the window regulator, check for 12V, if you have it when you press the switch up or down, its your regulator, if not it mat be the window switch or a problem further up a wiring diagram Justin
There is no resetting it. Either your circuit won't close (could be due to a broken switch, broken or shorted wiring, a bad relay, etc.) or the window motor is toast.
Sounds like the switch may be faulty or the wiring is loose. Pull the switch out and check the wiring. Spray the switch with a good Electrical cleaner. Do not use any product such as WD-40.
If the power window is going down by itself, check the wiring on the on the window switch you replaced. If the wiring is okay, the switch may need to be returned to the store for a replacement. Also, you can try removing the battery from the key remote for a minute or two and putting it back in. Some key fobs have a chip in them that allow them to roll down the windows on the front driver and passenger side.
The driver side electric window switch on a 1992 Acura Integra is reached by removing the door panel. Unbolt the switch from the mounting bracket and disconnect the wiring from the harness. Replace the unit.
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.
If the motor has been replaced and the window still does not operate properly there is likely a wiring issue. The wiring from the fuse box to the window motor is likely the culprit.
Bad switch or motor on other window Check to see if you are getting power to it - if so bad motor - if not maybe bad switch or open in wiring circuit
maybe the wiring is messed up if so go to the junk yard and get a switch
Yes I do. would you like it faxed or e-mailed?
You would diagnose the problem to determine what the cause is. Assuming this is a power window, it could be the electric motor, the switch, the wiring, the circuit breaker, the relays, the window track, the window regulator and so on.
Remove door panel to check wiring to switch and motor See if motor is getting power through the switch - if so motor is bad If no power to motor check operation of switch - jump wires to test if window works bad switch