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Old 12-16-2006, 08:43 PM
 
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Default Power window relay

often when the windows are down, they wont raise, I can hear a faint click under the dash than they will go up, does any one know the location of the power window relay, or can this be some other problem?
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Old 12-17-2006, 03:58 AM
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Default RE: Power window relay

What year explorer?..

Are'all' windows affected at the same time?.. Always on the switch'up'command.. Possibly the Accessory Delay Relay or Gem... But would 'most likely' be an issue in both directions.. Verify MY...
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Old 12-17-2006, 08:46 PM
 
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1996 Explorer, all windows are effected on up and down
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Old 12-17-2006, 11:11 PM
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Default RE: Power window relay

Power distribution to the master window control panel is through the Accessory Delay Relay, powered/controlled On/Off by the GEM Module.. The Accesory Delay Relay is in the 'Relay Module' that carries the Battery Saver Relay, One Touch Down Relay, Accessory Delay..

If the relay coil current, or contacts go intermittent, the power to the switch panel will be as well..

Here's a pic of the Relay Module position inrelation to the back side of the dash...Center position/behind instument panel...

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What did you replace to get the power windows to work. I have the same problem presently with my 1996 Explorer. Thanks
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Help! I have this same problem and to add interest to the issue when the engine is off, in park and the any door is opened the doom lights blink off and on with the relay clicks. There is no visible movement on the amp gauge, no window will operate and all of the switch lamp are lite.
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