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#1687 of 2125 Passenger Power Windows doesn't work
Apr 29, 2005 (7:21 am)
I have a 2002 Ford Mustang Convertible and the passenger side power window doesn't work. What is strange is that from the drivers side button, the window doesn't work at all. But from the passenger side button, you can get the window to go down but not back up. All the other windows work fine, including the smaller power windows in the back. Is this a computer issue that can be fixed with a resetting of it, or is this something bigger than that. Thanks for your help!
#1688 of 2125 Re: Passenger Power Windows doesn't work [vc5573]
Apr 30, 2005 (12:36 pm)
Sounds like a couple of bad buttons to me. May be the regulator or motor too, but not the Body Control Module, and you'd better hope it's not. That puppy is expensive, if this car has one.....
#1689 of 2125 Re: Boot flew off [lateralg]
May 02, 2005 (6:32 am)
So how did you resolve this? A replacement from Ford would just fit the same and it could happen again. I too am not comfortable driving without it. This is my baby and I want to make sure it lasts! I have waited a long time for my convertible.
May 02, 2005 (5:55 pm)
I drive both of my convertibles bootless with confidence! Never been a problem.
May 03, 2005 (9:46 am)
I must agree with nvbanker, I drive my 00 convert mostly bootless.
What I did get that I like is a soft toneau cover from Ford. It is always folded in my trunk (try doing that with the factory boot which is even now on a shelf in my garage) and goes on easily. What I had to do was open the trunk and replace the screws that hold on the black molding around the well area with screws/snaps. Then to put the toneau on, you open the trunk, snap down the back end, fit the sides under the molding (this is the way the boot on my 88 went on) and then slide two sold pieces under the seat. Looks good, stores easily in the car and covers the back seat.
#1692 of 2125 Re: bootless [fdthird]
May 03, 2005 (10:03 am)
I've always liked the looks of that tonneau cover (too bad I don't have a convertible), and seems to have the added benefit of keeping junk out of the back seats as well. Kinda like a Mustang version of that '62 Thunderbird "sports roadster" package!
#1693 of 2125 IMPORTANT QUESTION PLEASE REPLY
May 04, 2005 (3:40 pm)
I AM A BUYER SEARCHING FOR MY FIRST MUSTANG PURCHASE....I AM LOOKIN TO PURCHASE A MUSTANG BETWEEN THE YEARS OF '02-'04....MY MAIN DILEMMA IS DECIDING BETWEEN A V6 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE OR A V8 COUPE.....BOTH WILL BE IN DARK SHADOW GRAY COLOR....PLEASE TELL ME WHICH YOU WOULD CHOOSE AND A LIST OF PRO'S N CON'S EXPLAINING WHY.....THANK YOU
#1694 of 2125 Re: IMPORTANT QUESTION PLEASE REPLY [stangin4life]
May 04, 2005 (5:20 pm)
Please do not type in ALL CAPS. It is difficult to read and people think you are yelling at them.
#1695 of 2125 Re: IMPORTANT QUESTION PLEASE REPLY [Sylvia]
May 04, 2005 (5:42 pm)
Can u at least answer my question? im in desperate need of help.....
#1696 of 2125 Re: IMPORTANT QUESTION PLEASE REPLY [stangin4life]
May 04, 2005 (6:31 pm)
Ok, Desperate - The pros for the Convertible are obviously the potential for droppin' the top, which makes this about the most attractive car for the money made. The V-8 is a Driver's car, but the insurance may be higher and fuel costs will be for sure. But if you like to put your foot in it a little, the engine is a sweet one. IMO, the best of both worlds, is the GT Convertible......