I would replace the master window switch
On a 2002 Ford Thunderbird : Bank 1 is the passenger side of the 3.9 liter V8 engine Sensor 1 would be close to the engine BEFORE the exhaust enters the catalytic converter
The year, make and model vehicle would help.
On your 1997 Ford Thunderbird , 3.8 liter V6 : Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine Sensor 2 would be AFTER the exhaust has passed through the catalytic converter
It could be your window regulator.
each window has it's own window regulator and window motor. so if one is working and one is not, you would have to take the door panel off and see if one or the other is working, or the window may just be off the window track
First thing I would check is the fuse panel. Usually located under the dash.
no there is a left and right if you moved one to the other side the track for the window would face toward the out side of truck window would not mount to regulator.
There is a short in the wires in the door.
Check the drivers side switch panel for the switch that locks out the passenger windows from working, make sure it is not on.
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.
Does this car have a safety lockout of the passenger switches? It's probably activated. If it was just one passenger window I would suspect a broken wire, most likely in the rubber bellows between the door and frame.
The answer is no. If you already have proper ventilation within' your bathroom/restroom. There is no need for a window, unless you like a view before or after you shower and/or you would like window ventilation.
I would check the switches first then check the window motor for passengers side.
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.
if it's not electric it probably fell off the track
This would indicate a bad wire or bad master switch.
If you have an accident while cranking open a passenger side window, then you were not safely operating the vehicle and/or could be considered driving while distracted. Laws don't have to be so specific to state each condition that would apply.
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It's not. (Unless it's hot and you would otherwise be using air con).
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.
On the front passenger seat, down where your right foot would be when sitting, you'll see an access panel on the plastic kick panel. Pull the panel off and the fuse box will be right there.
It could be a child lock mechanism. It could be something blocking the lever arm that lowers/raises the window. Consult your car manual.
It depends whether or not your trailblazer came with heated seats, but if it did the switch would be on the door. The door switches should be (from front to back) Window Lock, Forward Window Controls, Passenger Window Controls, Door Lock, Seat Heaters.
Check the switches, both the one on the passenger side AND the one on the drivers side. If EITHER has failed or has somehow become disconnected, the window will not work.