this is how mine is as well, driver side can only roll the window down but not up. passenger side can do both.....Good to know that a new switch will take care of it for sure. Thanks!I had a similar problem on my 99 Cobra, it would work from the drivers side switch but not the passenger side switch. I just replaced the switch in the passenger door today and it works fine now. If yours doesn't work from either door switch then it's probably the window motor in the door. As a test, take the door panel off, then you'll see the end of the motor peeking through a round hole, about the size of a silver dollar. Take a hammer and give it a good whack on the end of the motor. Sometimes that'll free up a stuck motor. If this does get it going though, chances are very good you're eventually going to have to replace that motor because it'll get stuck again.
I had the same problem as Jazzer. It was the switch. They are easy to change and interchangeable. To troubleshoot, you could swap the switches in the driver's door. If the problem changes sides you know its the switch.The problem I fixed just this morning and after testing it yesterday, proved the switch was bad. I picked up a new one and plugged it into the socket to restore operation. The switch works for any of the two drivers door, as well as the passenger one.
Was $26.04 at Ford, for those with the same issue as I.
I have a 98 mustang. My driver side button that controls my passenger window stopped working. I bought I new button, nothing. The other buttons works. Does anyone know what this could be..Mine has the same issue, but ONLY fails from the drivers button... hmmm
It will go up/down from passenger side and ONLY up from the drivers side. I need to get into the drivers door and see if a wire is loose or something :dunno
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