2013 Ford F150 window just dropped

Asked by Jul 04, 2016 at 12:04 AM about the 2013 Ford F-150 FX4 SuperCab 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The power window on the passenger side of my 2013 Ford F150 just dropped
oven one day and is won't come back up even though the motor is running?  I
took the door panel off but it was very hard to see anything.  If I knew what to
look for I could probably fix it.  Has any one had the same problem? What did
you find was broken?

3 Answers

27,975

Look up "window regulator" for your make/model, and find a diagram of how it looks. You'll have to remove the door panel and the layer of plastic that seals the door. Then determine just what broke. either the regulator itself or something simple that was attaching the glass to it. (some are just glued, some use plastic rivets, etc.)

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20,820

As stated above remove the panel and plastic covering. Look at the bottom of the glass you never see normally because it is inside the glass. It should be attached or glued to a metal channel which is attached to the lifting mechanism. You may have to reach in and push up the glass with one hand while you grab it with the other to in the window opening, raising it up to locate the problem.

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20,820

correction - you never see normally because it is inside the door.

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