Have you checked the WINDOW LOCK button on the drivers door armrest ( just a thought ) Also , I was looking at the 1997 Ford Explorer Owner Guide and it shows that there is a 30 amp maxi fuse ( # 10 ) in the Power Distribution Box ( the P D Box is " live " ) located in the engine compartment which is for the Power Windows / Power Locks / Power Seats
drill the lock out
== == The lock solenoid switch is not working properly to retract the lock arm in the trunk.
Check if there is voltage to window regulator motor; if there is replace motor.
yes get a new Matt
One can fix the desktop window manager when it has stopped working by performing an emergency reboot. This can be done by holding the power button until the computer turns off. Then, one can turn on the computer again.
j button,j button and j button
Make sure the window lock button is not engaged on the drivers door. If the button is not engaged then there is a short on the window lock switch. Answer 2:Had to replace the complete drivers door switch assy.I believe rainwater from the driprail falling on the switches is the cause($255.00 from dealer)
Double Click your button and add this code...CheckBox1.CheckedState = CheckBox1.Checked
I know I get that to whenever I go on to the launcher I click on the play button and it goes white and it takes ages to load...I NEED AN ANSWER
beause I spilled ream from my offee into it - why is the b button not working on yours?
where is black reset button umder drivers dash
The button is on the side of the shifter normally on the drivers side .
in most cases all you have to do is hit the power button or it may have to have a code to start it up
Need to check the pump in the bottom of the reservoir, It's stopped up or just not working.
have you checked to be sure that the driver lock out button has not been pushed. it is usually above the window controls and it use to keep small children from rolling down the windows.
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Yes, under device properties there is an "update drivers" button.
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No...if it was a fuse the circuit wouldn't work regardless of what you do with the switch. Sounds like its the sensors
The button is on the drivers door near the bottom.
You can throw it using the "Throw" button on your keyboard, and detonate it using the "Detonate" button. These button configurations can be checked in the settings menu.
it could be the window regulator