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Old 04-15-2010, 04:12 PM
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2002 Explorer Power Window Problems - HELP

I have a 2002 Explorer and none of the windows will work. Just stopped suddenly. Checked fuses 17 internal and 6 external and they are OK. Checked blue/black power wire to switch and it has power (all wires have power to them). Bought a new switch and they still don't work! Door locks work and rear hatch opens with switch at hatch. Any suggestions?

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Checked fuses 17 internal and 6 external and they are OK.
That's nice, but isn't the inside fuse #14 for the power windows? If the fuse is okay then check out the accessory delay relay #601 by swapping it with the one next to it.
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Old 04-16-2010, 03:56 PM
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Sorry, it was #17, drain bamage while typing yesterday. It was a pain to get to the data relay and I replaced it. No help, still none of the windows work. either at the drivers door or individually. Checked all the wires going to the switch and they are hot. Any more suggestions?

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Old 04-16-2010, 04:50 PM
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Well if you have +12v at the switch then you must've lost the ground. All of the windows as far as I know rely on the ground at the drivers master switch to work properly.
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I found the ground and jumped it and now they WORK. Thanks a lot and I really appreciate your assistance.

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Now you can hit the drive-thru again.
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The tailgate window hitches.

Where can I find the hitches for attach the window of the tailgate.
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Where can I find the hitches for attach the window of the tailgate.
The dealer or a junkyard.
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