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Thanks Bro you just saved me over $100 bucks, I was going to replace the drivers front and passenger front switches tomarrow night off Ebay, but I just did this to all my switches and not only do they all work now but the ones that worked before now go up faster. All I can say is Great post man, your awesome.
Thank you so much for this thread. My window got stuck down lastnight coming home in a downpour, I managed to get it up inch by inch, only took an hour. I was just getting ready to order a new switch from the dealership when i decided to look on here first and found this. Just took it apart sanded them a bit and it works good as new now.. Thanks again this site is invaluable.
Your instructions were absolutely perfect. When the driver's window would not go up (only would go down) I researched the possible causes and came upon your posting. It took me a couple of times to clean the contacts correctly (as I have to take apart the driver's door and that was somewhat different than your photos), but after the second time doing it, it worked like a champ; nice up and nice down. This saved me probably between $50 and $100 bucks or more. Thanks for the nice detailed instructions and photos.
BTW, this is my first time to this forum and I've got this sneaky suspicion that I'll be back. My 2004 F150 Supercrew Lariat has over 80K and since new it have been OK, but had to replace 3 of the window regulators (windows fell) and all the brake rotors (warped), but no other major problems... knock on wood! I wounder what will go next???