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Old 04-13-2008, 06:58   #1 (permalink)
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confused Power window switch 97 T-Bird

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My power window switch (drivers side) stopped working the passenger
side window, but the passenger side switch still works. Is the switch bad??? If so how do I get it out to replace it???
Thanks in advance for your help.
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Old 04-13-2008, 20:48   #2 (permalink)
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cool Re: Power window switch 97 T-Bird

Most likely a Drivers (Master) switch. Check the L. door wiring. Pull the boot down to look for possible broken wires. More diagnostics tips coming. Stay tuned.
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Re: Power window switch 97 T-Bird

Master Switch testing:
NOTE: Use an ohmmeter such as Rotunda Digital Volt-Ohmmeter 014-00407 or equivalent to test the power window switch.

The LH window regulator control switch is provided B+ through Pin C1-5. Ground is provided through Pins C1-1, C1-6, C1-7.
With window regulator control switch in NEUTRAL position, resistance should be less than 5 ohms between Pins C1-1 and C1-4 and C1-2 and C1-6.
With window regulator control switch in LH up position, resistance should be less than 5 ohms between Pins C1-5 and C1-4 and C1-6 and C1-2.
With window regulator control switch in LH down position, resistance should be less than 5 ohms between Pins C1-2 and C1-5 and C1-1 and C1-4.
With window regulator control switch in RH up position, resistance should be less than 5 ohms between Pins C2-2, C2-3, C2-5 and C2-7.
With window regulator control switch in RH down position, resistance should be less than 5 ohms between Pins C2-6 and C2-3 and C2-5 and C2-2.
If window regulator control switch does not test replace the window regulator control switch.


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Thanks for the help but.......magicaly it started working again.
next problem,just got finished having new oil pan put on(drain plug threads stripped) and shifter cabel replaced(broken)
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