Power window

Discussion in '1998 - 2011 Ford Ranger' started by top teke, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. top teke

    top teke New Member

    Hey all!

    I did a search but couldn't find the answer to this - I just replaced my driver side power wondow motor (motor only). My problem is that when the window teaches the top or bottom of its travel, the motor keeps going till I hit the up or down button again. Makes a terrible hitting sound and the door panel pulses with it.

    I read somewhere that there could be a calibration process, and somewhere else that there should just be a physical stop that prevents this from happening.

    What'd I miss?

    2000 Ranger 3.0 Extracab Automatic 2x4
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  3. OldGunbunny

    OldGunbunny New Member

    I just replaced both motors and drive arms on my 99 Ranger. I don't recall any physical stop on either side. Can't speak to any calibration process.
  4. Eddie Money

    Eddie Money Member

    When I replaced my electric lock actuators I found some very good videos on YouTube. I was able to pause and rewind the trickier stuff. It surprised me to find videos specifically for a ranger. It sounds like you've been searchng it up, have you found any videos?
  5. volfireman07

    volfireman07 New Member

    Mine did that, but the gear was stripped. I had replace the whole assembly.

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