how to replace a fuse 2002 ford soprt trec driver side window switch

Asked by Sep 04, 2013 at 12:42 PM about the 2002 Ford Explorer Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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105,355

Power windows should protected by a circuit breaker so no fuse. If the other windows work then it is most likely a switch.

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26,245

Agreed. The Master Switch gets 95% of the use, the rain and whatever else comes in the driver's window.

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21,080

Really one of the easiest things to check/fix. remove the door panel and grab a multi meter. 99 percent of the time it's going to be either the switch or the motor in the door. Since the vehicle is a 2002, I suspect the motor. When you hit the switch, do you hear any noise or movement? When the door panel is off, have someone hit the down switch while you place both palms on the opposite side of the glass and press down. If the window tries to go down with help, replace the motor.

OK I replaced a new switch on the driver side that didn't work but rest of them used to work & now nothing works. I checked the the circuit breaker by switching from one to next and didn't find anything wrong. So now what did I do wrong

105,355

Double check the master switch connector, you my have broke a wire during the replacement.

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