my power windows only go up half way

Asked by Dec 10, 2011 at 07:42 PM about the 1995 Ford Explorer 2 Dr Sport 4WD SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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ALL the wondows go up only half way? Did it happen all at once or one by one over a period of time?

only driverside if you push on it it goes up

20,120

It's the regulator (motor) getting weak, probably. Try this. Place the window all the say down. Activitate the switch and at the same time apply upward pressure on the glass while the motor is engaged. If the motor continues to run and goes up it's the regulator in the door. Not a hard fix, but small hands are an advantage. You'll need a drill and bit to remove the rivit holding the part in place. Replace the rivet with a small machine scred 1/2 inch long with nut and lock washer.

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