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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-16-05, 04:04 PM Thread Starter
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92' Explorer Sport Help

I have a 92 Ford Explorer Sport.(Power Windows,Locks) I came out yestarday and my passenger side window would not roll up. I checked the Driver side window and it rolled up fine. Whether I use the switch on the driver side door or the passenger side door I get no movement. I don't hear anything at all like the motor trying to move or any clicking noises.

I checked the manual and removed the fuse for the power windows. I figured this wasn't the issue since only one of the windows wasn't working. I replaced it and of course this didn't help.

I am just looking for some feedback on whether anyone things this is electrical or a motor issue.

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Re: 92' Explorer Sport Help

Could be either. We do know that it is not the switch box. I would assume that either there is a pinched/cut line or the motor is gone. Pull the panel and check to see if there is any voltage on the line going to the motor.
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