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Old 07-21-2011, 10:37 PM   #1
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Windows won't roll down

My windows will not roll down but they do the 1/4" drop and rise when you open/close the door...I've checked all fuses and all seems to be fine, I've disconnected the battery to "reset" and still nothing I've also done what the factory manual says about holding the with for 5secs and still nothing...please help!!
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Old 07-22-2011, 06:07 PM   #2
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Do you have problem with both powerwindows or just one? And no button/switch react to handling or ignition?
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Both Windows and negative to any button config...they do the 1/4" drop and rise though when you shut or open the doors
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I think the windows are connected to a relay for the automatic roll up/down. Have you checked them? 1/4 down/up is another deal.... It's probably nothing wrong with the buttons. I heard one dude that had the same problem. He solved it by closing the door real hard! But I think that was motor problem.
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Where are they located
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To be honest, I dont know. Probably with the other fuses under the hood or at your knees under the steeringwheel. It should be markt on the cap inside. Or remove the doorside and force it to move by direct connecting it to a powercable. Carefully...
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Gotcha i will try it boss thanks
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Old 07-23-2011, 04:40 PM   #8
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Just so you know, the Mustang electrical system is very sensitive for overloading. It's easy to burn or disrupt el-boxes. All lights for example, is guided by one hole CPU-box. We in Sweden have to know these trix because standard light-system is illegal here! Or parts of it... But windows should be on a different circuit. Relay is cheaper and can take more beating, if you know what I mean...
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Did you solve the problem?
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Yes I did it was the accessory delay in the passenger kick panel that was blown but didn't look it lol
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