Electric Windows
Lincoln Town Car
Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer

Why would only one window of a 1990 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series work?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2009-05-10 12:01:15
2009-05-10 12:01:15

IF THE WINDOW IS THE DRIVERS YOU MAY HAVE THE WINDOW LOCK OUT SWITCH ON AND OTHER WINDOWS WORK AT DRIVERS SWITCH ONLY IF THIS IS NOT THE CASE IT COULD BE THE WINDOW SWITCH sounds like a window gear is broken. it's a good deal of work. a mechanic can do it fairly easily I've been dealing with the same problem on a 91 town car here. Only the Driver's window works and the other three windows all stopped working at the exact time time. They all make noise as if the motors are doing their things, but no up and down. The window lock switch at the drivers side seems to have no impact on the symptoms. Perhaps in a related problem, I am now having issues with the power side view mirror and the radio is intermittent. I'm afraid that when the previous owner had some work done in the door panel that some wires may have been crossed. If fuses checked ok, this sounds like the window relay located under passenger side of dash behind kick plate. check fuse box under instrument panel, then fuse box under hoot on passenger side on top of wheel well. not likely 3 windows swithes go out at once, or 3 window motors.


Related Questions

User Avatar

you can find the code in two places: One is on the manufacturer label with Vehicle weight and tire pressure specs. Two is to remove the window button circuitry and it should be on the inside facing the window regulator.

User Avatar

AnswerLincoln ls have sensors on the doorso unless you literally break the window and climb in and out through the window the alarm would sound off.

User Avatar

I live in aus and i bought mine for $150 at K-Mart

User Avatar

220 lbs ... its a little heavy but not much.... its a very good scooter and i would recommend it :)

User Avatar

As far as I know the only Lincoln park song that comes to mind would be 'What iv'e done' from guitar hero world tour.

Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.