I would suggest taking it to someone with a good scanner and get that code read, and go from there. Before you replace the master switch, I recommend rechecking the wires in the boot. Had 145,000 miles on it before I got rid of it. The dome lights would stay on until the battery saver feature turned them off, the driver side puddle light didn't work, the keypad on the door would set off the alarm when I pressed it, the door ajar light would flash and beep at highway speeds, the radio would shut off as soon as I turned the key off, etc. I am not going to have them work on the other when it is still working. If this is one problem, I would start troubleshooting the lights, that would seem to be the easiest.
Most recently all 4 windows stopped working. Ask the expert we trust here at Truck Trend Garage -- visit Alex Steele at. All power door locks work. The dome lights would stay on until the battery saver feature turned them off, the accessory delay wasn't working, the driver side puddle light didn't work, the keypad on the door would set off the alarm when I pressed it, the door ajar light would flash and beep at highway speeds, the radio would shut off as soon as I turned the key off, the alarm would beep twice when I armed it. I'm gonna try and find a drivers side switch at a different junkyard Local Ford dealer wants 100 bucks for the switch.
When you think you're done looking, look again, and again, and again. My mechanic said it's probably old and needs to be changed soon. You need to check if there is power to the switch on the driver's door. I then gently pulled the excess into the door. Well I just went ahead and replaced the motor and regulator my window. Please be sure to test all of your wires with a digital multimeter before making any connections. I found the solution today- After testing the passenger switch and finding it good, I opened the drivers master switch panel and found the window lockout switch connection fell out of place.
I replaced my own window since. I'm hoping its an easy fix if not I'll bust all the windows out and drive like that. I believe the circuit is still the same for all the latest Fords. That the windows stop working while operating the driver's window also points us in the same direction. I have been occasionally doing it to my window for a while now. That is the main switch.
Explorer Forum has probably saved you that much already, and will continue to save you money as you learn how to diagnose fix problems yourself and learn which modifications work without having to experiment on your own. No way do all the windows fail. I don't expect these things to last forever, but when you only use the windows once in a great while and typically only the front driver side window, it was very strange that it was the last to stop working. The 2002-2005 Explorer has a very well-established record of expensive transmission failure at under 100k miles. When the windows stopped working, I repaired the thick black ground wire and the windows now work like a champ.
A bright flashlight can be very helpful. Now, with one completely down, and the other half way down, they both stopped working. When you think you're done looking, look again, and again, and again. When the windows stopped working, I repaired the thick black ground wire and the windows now work like a champ. I then went inside the vehicle and gently tugged on the the wire I was looking for and was able to pull it inside the vehicle.
Tony Electrical problem 2003 Ford Explorer 6 cyl All Wheel Drive Automatic 144000 miles My electric windows do not work. Now me and this guy need you help with our windows. Can't seem to figure it out. That was easy compared to window lol got alot of attention from neighbors too lol to see a gal fixin her own truck. Just put nice little chunk of change into truck want to fix this on down low. I don't know which is main switch which wire is main feed. I'm afraid to take it to the dealership or a electro mechanic they will charge me a leg and arm to get it fix.
Recently all 4 windows stopped working. Check accessory and one touch relay and check fuse f1. We apologize for this inconvenience and encourage you to visit for the latest on new cars, car reviews and news, concept cars and auto show coverage, awards and much more. The wire was pulled toward me and out of the harness. Going to check rear wheel sensors. Power door locks work, just not any window controls.
Make sure you check all of the lights--flashers, cargo, etc for more hints. Most recently the driver door lock actuator stopped working. Our people also have some more images linked to 2003 Ford Explorer Power Window Wiring Diagram, please see the photo gallery below, click one of the photos, then the picture will be displayed larger, as shown above. I changed the fuse, but it didn't help. Select your Year, Make and Model.
So what incentive does ford have to rectify this crappy workmanship - they make a ton of money off the customers who bought these junks on the side of the road with all the replacement parts and labor costs!!!!! I got this truck about a month ago, tuned her up fluid swaps, everything. That's why I have been asking where I can try to find a schematic. . When I have gone searching in there I had an idea of what wire I was looking for. Besides rear hatch cracks, my rear passenger behind the driver electric window no longer works. All you hear is this weird buzzer noise. Power window worked temporarily while door was opened and then they completely quit working.