The back windows will not roll down when you press the button on the rear doors. They do have power and can be rolled up and down by the drivers control panel the window lock is disengaged.
See if the master switch has a lock-out button. That intentionally prevents the other switches from working for child safety. Here is a guide to help you step by step with instructions in the diagrams below to show you how on your car.https://www.nacdb.com/articles/electric-window-repairCheck out the diagrams (Below). Let us know what happens and please upload pictures or videos of the problem.
One day I put my passenger window down and when I tried to roll it up nothing happened. The back lights in the door switches go out when I push up. It does this on either the passenger or drivers door depending on which side I am pressing. No clicking noises or any other switches or windows doing this. I am not sure where to start. I did not see any burnt out fuses and I am out of ideas. Not really wanting to pay a lot if money to get it fixed.
This sounds like the switch is bad this guide will help confirm the issue.https://www.nacdb.com/articles/electric-window-repairPlease run down this guide and report back.
Thank you for letting me know where to start. I will go have my mechanic look at it and let you know what he says. Thank you again.
Passenger window will not go up on the car listed above SEL model with security.According to Fig. 52: Power Window Circuit: 2002 Ford Taurus SELTest 1a, passenger window goes down from drivers master switch (DMS). Test 1b, passenger window does not go up from DMS.Test 1c, drivers window, rear right and left windows functional from DMS as well as the repsective individual switches.Conclusion 1, Accessory Relay and Fuse good.Test 2a, passenger window goes down from passenger side switch (PSS).Test 2b, passenger window does not go up from PSS.Test 3, reversed connections at PSS terminals 2 & 5 and regulator raises window from DMS as well as PSS.Conclusion 3, Regulator operational.Test 4, Disconnect connector at PSS and measure continuity between terminal 1 & 6. 0.004 ohms resistance (normal for my Fluke).Conclusion 4, Good ground path from DMS terminal 4 to PSS terminal 6 and DMS terminal 3 to PSS terminal 1. Test 5, Connector at PSS, measure voltage between terminal 1 & 6.Test 5a, +13.5vdc detected at PSS terminal 1 when DMS passenger side down.Test 5b, +13.5vdc detected at PSS terminal 6 when DMS passenger side up.Conclusion 5, Power from DMS to PSS.When the PSS is in the released state, terminals 1 & 2 are 0 ohms due that when the DMS passenger down is pressed it works.Possibly need to measure continuity between PSS terminals 1 & 2 in the pressed state and should be roughly 0 ohms. I recall it being 0 but will check it again.Other than that what am I missing?