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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-20-2011 Thread Starter
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2006 v6 mustang passenger window does not work, need help

Hi all,
I could really use some help. I have a 2006 v6 mustang. Went to the store and came home. My wife got out of passenger side and window failed to short drop when she got out. She closed door and window was fully up.
Opened door and no window movement.
Tried operating from passenger and driver side switches, no operation.
Opened door panel, tested power to motor 10-12v to the plug.
Removed motor from regulator and tried to activate, no operation
Got replacement motor and tried to operate, no operation

I'm stuck! There's power to the motor, yet the motor won't turn!

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voltage check results
pin 2, 6 & 7 constant 13v
pin 3 13v when up switch activated
pin 4 13v when down switch activated
pin 1 0v in all positions
Is pin2 supposed to go to 0v when switch is activated?

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Here's the wiring diagram, if it'll help:

Ford Service Manuals - Wiring Diagrams
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That is what I was using to test pins to the motor. I'm starting to wonder if there is a bad ground issue...This is just not making sense to me.
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Ground is easy enough to check. Connect the negative lead of the DVM to the car body metal and connect the positive lead to pin 8 of the motor. If you see significant voltage then the pin 8 ground is open.
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I resolved the issue! I saw a note about swapping the passenger and driver fuses to reset the system, and it worked! Unbelievable.
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Interesting … I’m guessing that removing the battery power for a minute or so would do the same thing, though you might have to do a window re-cal if that were done. Glad the problem was solved.
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