windows stopped on 2002 ford explorer ive puller every fuse under hood and dash im s.s.i, so money is hard can i trace the problem where do i start thanks

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Asked by Mar 15, 2015 at 05:50 AM about the 2002 Ford Explorer XLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Main switch on the drivers door is the best place to start, it would be advisable that you have a wiring diagram for the power window circuits, as you said you are short on funds try your local library reference section for your make and model of repair manual, might cost a few cents to get a copy made but worth it. Check for main power supply into and out of the switch, especially check the window lock out portion of the switch as it is the only part that an disable the other windows, if the switch checks good then you need to start checking the wiring, door tunnel tubes are a known fail point due to the constant flex from door usage, this can be a tedious job. Hopefully you will find it in quick order. HTH

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thanks now im waiting for it to get light out i need to fix them

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Thanks and happy hunting.

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Invest if an inexpensive multi-meter which reads DC voltage. Twenty bucks at most. You can probably get by with a five buck 12 volt test light to check the initial voltage.

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