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post #1 of 19 Old 12-02-2008, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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On my 2000 My right window stopped working... So im pretty sure its my driver side window switch, but the problem is I cant seem to find any sites with a window switch. Can any1 point me in the right direction?
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On my 2000 My right window stopped working... So im pretty sure its my driver side window switch, but the problem is I cant seem to find any sites with a window switch. Can any1 point me in the right direction?
Does it not work from either switch? Could be the passenger switch too. Is the truck a standard cab or crew cab?

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do google search for geniune ford parts that should get you some info

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It is a Crew Cab. And I tried google, but cant seem to find a site that has them.
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Have the same problem on my 03', ext cab. Dealer has already replaced drivers switch (while under warranty) worked for about a year, then intermittantly now finally dead (warranty expired now), can hear clicking while activating either switch, need to investigate further.

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It is a Crew Cab. And I tried google, but cant seem to find a site that has them.
I'll see if I can find you a site.

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Have the same problem on my 03', ext cab. Dealer has already replaced drivers switch (while under warranty) worked for about a year, then intermittantly now finally dead (warranty expired now), can hear clicking while activating either switch, need to investigate further.
Sounds like you have a window motor with high resistance and the clicking is the circuit breaker.

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Thanks for looking for me! See I think its my right side becuase on my left side switch I can lower the window but not raise it and on my driver side it does nothing. I did notice while checking my driver side that if you took the right side window switch out you can not roll down ur driver window but you can raise it. I dont know if that gives any info or not.
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Thanks for looking for me! See I think its my right side becuase on my left side switch I can lower the window but not raise it and on my driver side it does nothing. I did notice while checking my driver side that if you took the right side window switch out you can not roll down ur driver window but you can raise it. I dont know if that gives any info or not.
Check this site out. Didn't take the time to go through every page but with as many switches they show on the first page, surely they will have one for you.
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Both switches have to be good in order for it to work properly. They have to complete the circuit to work. I would tend to think the passenger switch is bad instead of the drivers switch. Need to pull switches and check them with a meter to be sure. I don't know if I can get a wiring diagram but I will check.

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You are referring to the drivers side as the left side, correct?

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I have a Chilton book with wire diagram, but im not sure how i'd test the switches how would i know if they are good?
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