Ok well were do i start? at first my windows were going up and down no problems, then they were going in and out i had to pull the switch panel up and kinda slightly twist it and then the windows would go up and down. well one night i parked my car and when i woke up in the morning to go to work the windows wouldnt go down at all. there is no hum no nothing. i checked the breaker wit a fuse checker and it lights up so i assum the breaker is good. by the way its a 1993 mustang hatch 5.0
I assume this is only one side and not both window switches? Do the door locks work?
Pull the window switch out and unscrew it from the plastic part holding it together. Turn it over to expose the metal holes in the bottom of the switch. With the key on, take a test light- ground the alligator clip and stick the probe in the down or up hole and push the corresponding button- see if the test light goes on. If it does you have power to that switch and the button is bad which is very common. LMR and other vendors sell them or you can try and scrounge the JY or boards. If there is no power then check to see if the switch is loose, the little studs corroded, or for breaks in the wiring in the door and through the door jamb.
well i cant get them to work at all the passenger side stopped working a while back but was able to roll it up and down from driver side and about three weeks ago the driver side controls just quit. and it supposably had power locks but they never worked ive had car four years and never had power locks. and ok ill have to get a test light. it was just odd cause usually peoples windows get stuck down or its usually just one window but both mine said ta hell with you haha
Ok well i just went out there pulled apart door panel again i un-pluged the window motor and tested the positive and ground coming from the car that would come threw as i press window up and down buttons and got 9 volts. but yet motor makes no noise is it even possible for both motors for both windows to fail at the same time?and does this mean motors failed???
Agreed. If he knows what to do. My impression was he was going to hook up two wires to the motor straight from a battery source. My reading of of the thread was he tested the switch and the power wire, not the motor itself. Apologize if that was in error.