Many vehicles with power windows have a switch on the drivers side window control panel that can lock out control from all other switches, check to be sure that switch isn't on.
Because the master control on the drivers door has separate areas for all windows. Start by checking power feeds at the drivers door switch.
i need to know wwhere the fuse is at for the power windows on a 99 ford explorer
both my rear power windows does not work in my 2002 ford explorer, why?
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : In the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side ( in the 2nd row from the drivers side , and in the 3rd space from the firewall end of the box , is a 30 amp maxi fuse for the power door locks , power windows , and power seats )
window moter could be blown. take of your drivers side door pannel and check motor
In the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side : In the 2nd row from the drivers side and the 3rd fuse from the firewall end is a ( 30 amp maxi-fuse for the power windows , locks , and seats )
On the drivers door armrest has the window lock switch been pressed on the left side ? If it has , then only the drivers door switches operate the power windows . Press the right side of the window lock switch
On a 1996 Ford Explorer : The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment , on the drivers side
You should have a switch to lock the window control to the other windows on the drivers side. Hopefully if that's it and you unlock it it will work
The accessory delay feature allows you to operate the power windows for 10 minutes after you shut the vehicle off , or until any door is opened if that is what you are referring to
Maxi fuse # 10 - 30 amp is for power windows , power locks and power seats