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Old 11-10-2009, 06:19 PM   #1
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New issue for me. I have a problem where the power window switch on the drivers side that powers the passenger window in non-op. I replaced the switch and checked it to make sure it was good, but still broken. I also checked to see if I was getting 12v to the switch itself and I was. Now, the passenger window does work with the switch on it's door, and the drivers window works as well.

Is there a relay somewhere maybe? Also, does anyone have a wiring diagram for a 1994 f150 for the power windows?

As usual, thanks for any help.

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That is an odd problem, because the passenger side window won't work if the drivers side switch isn't plugged in. The switch completes the circuit. The window won't go up or down with the drivers side switch? I have diagrams, what do you need to know?
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Thanks,

I would like the diagrams so I can begin trouble shooting the isses. Being a compter engineer I am have way decent at electronics so a diagram would be a huge help for me. I agree it's a weird problem and I did swap around switches just to prove I did not get a dude from rockauto. It is one of the last issues of many I have had to solve.

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I can't post the diagram, but from what I see the problem must be the power to the passenger window switch on the drivers side. It shows separate power to each window switch on the drivers side, and the passenger side switch also has a separate power. The power wire is the blue/black wire so make sure the power is making it to the drivers side passenger window switch.
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I do have 12v to the drivers side passenger window switch. That's whats confusing???
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