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Old 03-11-2009, 02:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 2002 Taurus SES and the both of the rear power windows do not work from either the front or rear controls. I am not sure which fuse would control them, since it is not marked in the manual, but I thought that all four were on the same fuse anyway, so I am not sure that it would be a fuse. Can anyone help me out?

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The fuse applies to all the windows. Are the switches on the rear doors lighting up?
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The fuse applies to all the windows. Are the switches on the rear doors lighting up?[/b]
Yes, the switches light up.
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I have the same problem with the rear drivers door on my 04 Sport.
The switch lights up and I can hear a click when I press either the master or back door control.

Go figure, the window didn't work this fall but worked many different times this winter.
Now that the temps are above 25, it doesn't work again!!
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Probably the motors or the connectors. I would first take the door panel off and disconnect then reconnect the connector. This will fix them most of the time.
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mwt had a problem with his 2000, and it ended up being the master control switch...I'm sure there's a post around here about the whole diagnosis process.
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QUOTE (duraSEL @ Mar 11 2009, 06:53 PM)
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I have the same problem with the rear drivers door on my 04 Sport.
The switch lights up and I can hear a click when I press either the master or back door control.

Go figure, the window didn't work this fall but worked many different times this winter.
Now that the temps are above 25, it doesn't work again!! [/b]
Thats sounds about right, my windows were clicking too, no movement, though.
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yea my driver side rear window on my 97 wont work
it only works every so often
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