Both the passenger and driver window regulators were replaced under warranty. Accessing the Inside of the Door Start by removing any screws that are holding the door trim panel in place. I recently purchased a 2007 Navigator with an ailing driverside power window. The ground pins on the slave switch are wired to the control pins on the master switch and ground there when it is in the neutral position. Slip it into the channel, supporting it well, and slip the studs into the appropriate holes in the regulator. If the Window Is Stuck Up or Down Start out by determining which window or windows are not working. If it was not playing games with the speakers I would have said the console switches.
These can be disconnected to remove the panel entirely, or left connected with the panel lowered to the ground. He also lubricated the windows runners so the windows go up and down a bit better too. But, as always, go for the easy check first with the test light. Neither driver nor passenger side switches will get it to work they should be in a parallel circuit. I find this to be an unlikely solution since you say the driver's main drivers switch does not control the window either, but it is the least amount of effort. The tech cleaned the centre console switch and its working ok now.
The door handle pocket usually holds up removing the panel. If the window regulator needs to be replaced find one online or a salvage yard for a Volvo one. If only one window does not work, the problem is most likely mechanical, but an electrical problem should not be ruled out. I have had the drivers side go out 3 times, rear passenger x 2, rear driver x 2 and now front passenger today. If you know it's not a fuse problem then you will have to start by taking the door apart.
Thus, it is better to replace the regulator and eliminate the problem. If the motor does not work when it has power, then the motor is bad. All has been going good till I put the passenger side power window down. If they do not dim and no sound can be heard, the problem could be the motor. If you want to get the window back up try this. . Check for power and ground as noted.
Use a straw to direct the lubricant into the slot in the channel and apply liberally. Anyway, when this breaks on you after a year or so. I called my local Ford dealer and made an appointment not the selling dealer. This means that the inner door trim panel must be removed. I know for a fact my daddy's 1955 Cadillac didn't have problems with the window motors so why do almost all of the cars we buy have this problem? You know, the rubber boots that go from the doors to the pillars. Yeah as Bush Basha has said another last resort option is holding the window up with something. Specifics are at or you are welcome to ask here.
Let us know how you go with it mate. I'll be monitoring the fix but so far after 4 days it's still operating quicker than the passener window. Either its an electrical problem such as wiring, fuses, switches. I had a '97 Expy until I traded it in with 257K on it and never had to replace any power window apparatus. Reconnect the door handle to the operation rod and slip the door handle pocket back into place.
Has anyone else had this problem or know how to fix it? Be careful not to drop them into the door. The power window module on the 2001 and later models do not have contacts in them as with previous models. Hi, Thankyou for taking the time to read this and possibly point me in the right direction. Other wise your option is duct tape and plastic. The system may also have a couple of guides which ensure that the window stays straight as it goes up and down. Replacing Power Window Components To replace the window motor or ,, access to them needs to be gained through the inside of the door. You must know what part of the window is not working.
If I need to buy a whole new regulator assembly, so be it. Does anyone have any suggestions about how to get this fixed? If the motor operates while being disconnected from the regulator, then the regulator is bad. It's also possible that there is a body control module issue regarding the windows, if they are the type that have a time delay or auto closing function. Also, I wouldn't have known where to turn to if it wasn't for the advice from people in this forum. Taking Care of a Window Sticking in the Channel If the mechanism is working fine, but the window will not move up and down, the problem is how the window fits in the channel. I complained to the General Motors consumer complaint department every time but with no satisfaction as far as any recall's on the problem. The window problems were not wiring but the centre console switches.