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Driver Window Won't Go Up

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#1 Beedy192



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Posted 20 June 2013 - 12:52 PM

Hello guys been a few weeks since I've been on. Just purchased a full set of Bridgestones yesterday and got myself a full set of new brakes. I came home last night and tried to put my Driver window up and nothing happened. My passenger window works fine, I tried a new motor and also tried a new Box with Buttons and neither work. I checked my motor and button box in my friends Fiesta and all works fine. I've called Ford an they are wanting 82 pounds just to have a look. I trust my fellow Fiesta Owners more on here so will put it out there before biting the bullet and taking it to Ford were my pocket will feel a big burning hole.

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#2 SandyCat


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 08:38 PM

Could be something as simple as a relay or a broken wire in the door hinge.    May be worth doing current tests on the wiring.   Also check to make sure no water is getting onto the electrics.

#3 sambooka


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 08:55 PM

If the components you have removed work you have lost power so I would guess broken wire or rubbish ground I think it's the same fuse for both windows but not positive a quick test with a multimeter will help diagnose it

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