Driver side power window switches do not work - Passenger side does work

Asked by Feb 18, 2015 at 05:58 PM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The power window switch from the driver's side appears to be dead.  The passenger side window works fine.  The driver side switches do nothing.  I thought it might be a fuse issue but the passenger side window wouldn't work if it was a blown fuse - right.  Any help will be greatly appreciated

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does the window switch to the passenger side wintow go up and down from the drivers side door switch or just the passenger side window switch

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If all the other windows work from their respective individual switch on the door then the problem is in the switch on the drivers side door. If the drivers side door switch does not operate anything there could be a bad connection. You'll have to remove the switches and check.

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