Power window on Driver side not working at all. Any Ideas on how to fix it? Its a 2000 ford mustang

John222224
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Asked by John222224 Jul 25, 2013 at 03:11 PM about the 2000 Ford Mustang Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought a new motor and regulator and plugged it in, and Still nothing. Can't be a fuse
because passenger window is working fine. When you hit the window up and down button
you can here a clicking sound (Sounds like its coming from the fuse box) which makes
me think the button is fine. You think it could be a electrical problem, Like the motor isn't
getting power? If so how would I go about fixing that?

3 Answers

Michael Kane
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It might be a bad contact in the switch.

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DavidH25
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Most common cause, especially in a 14 year old car, is wiring from BCM to door from hundreds or maybe even thousands of open/close of door

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Tracy Hooks
12,765

Ford - window switch - the one that get all the rain and the wear and tear. BTW - because something else works is never a true verification of why something else should work. Always check it out - never assume.

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