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Old 10-11-2007, 12:14   #1 (permalink)
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Temp related electric window problem

I live in Arizona. My 2002 Mustang GT had been sitting in the sun all day. It is fall and I only had to drive a few blocks, so I dropped both windows with no problem. In a few minutes I got to my destination and the driver's side window would not go up. The other window was O.K.

Fuses were O.K.

Brought it home, put it in garage. Next morning, much cooler. Started car and the window came up. I am in the computer industry. There we used to call something like this a "cold solder joint", which could be affected by temp.

Has anyone had a problem like this? I would like to know if there is a connection that is more likely to fail than others before I tear it all down.
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