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Old 05-01-2011, 04:46 PM
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Does anyone have a wiring diagram of the power window system on a 2007 f250 crew cab. All the other windows will go down except the right rear. I tried both switches and the interior light dims a little when the button is pressed. No noise is heard in the door when the button is pressed. I suspect a window motor but wanna make sure I know what wires are supposed to do what. Thanks
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Does anyone have a wiring diagram of the power window system on a 2007 f250 crew cab. All the other windows will go down except the right rear. I tried both switches and the interior light dims a little when the button is pressed. No noise is heard in the door when the button is pressed. I suspect a window motor but wanna make sure I know what wires are supposed to do what. Thanks
If the lights dim when the switch is pressed, the motor is junk. Try holding the switch in the down position and smacking the inside of the door panel.
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Old 05-02-2011, 04:59 AM
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I have hit the door panel, shut the door holding the switch and still nothing. Are these motors for going bad. I bet I havent rolled that window down a dozen times since new. Are there any relays for each door? Why I was needing a wiring diagram if someone had one. Thanks for any help.
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I have hit the door panel, shut the door holding the switch and still nothing. Are these motors for going bad. I bet I havent rolled that window down a dozen times since new. Are there any relays for each door? Why I was needing a wiring diagram if someone had one. Thanks for any help.
I haven't seen any go bad that I know of. I'm sure they do. Honestly, not using it may have contributed to the problem. Since your lights dim when you press the switch, that tells you that the motor is getting power so it's not a power issue. Pull the panel off and smack the motor directly and see if it will move. I don't have a wiring diagram but will see if I can locate one.
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