Driver side window won’t go down?

Asked by Feb 12, 2018 at 06:47 PM about the 2015 Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2015 f-150 driver side window only goes down
about a half inch and stops in the same spot.
Window does go back up. I’m confused because
there is power

3 Answers


Master switch is a common problem,

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My 2015 F150 is still under warranty. Check to see if you are covered. I’m having electrical problems too. Start/Stop system stopped working and the power outlets stay on after the truck is off. Sometimes!


As TCM suggested, if under warranty bring to place of purchase. If not you will probably have to remove the inner door panel to access the switch. While off, check for obstructions within the window mechanism. If it hits a restriction or is binding at a certain point the motor will stop. If all appears good there, try disconnecting the motor and removing it. Apply 12v DC (positive and negative) to the connection at the motor. The motor will run in either direction depending on the polarity connections. Reversing polarity makes the motor run in reverse.

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