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power window diagnosis

Hey All,
I am looking for a dumbed down diagram of the wiring for the power windows in my 2001 ranger. I have determined with a multimeter that i'm not getting any power to the passenger side switch of the master switch (driver's side) so i can't get the passenger window to function. I would like to figure out where i should check voltage first in trying to narrow down where the short is.
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Hey All,
I am looking for a dumbed down diagram of the wiring for the power windows in my 2001 ranger. I have determined with a multimeter that i'm not getting any power to the passenger side switch of the master switch (driver's side) so i can't get the passenger window to function. I would like to figure out where i should check voltage first in trying to narrow down where the short is.
Does the passengers door switch work?

Drivers door master switch connector should have the following wiring:

1. Light blue with Black stripe. This is the main power input for both the drivers and passengers master window switch.

2. The passengers window output is a White with yellow stripe and a Tan with Light blue stripe. These wires go to the switch on the passengers door.

3. The drivers window output is a White with black stripe and a Tan with Light blue stripe.

4. Black wire is ground.

So if you pull the connector off the master switch and jumper the Light blue with Black stripe wire to either one of the two wires listed in number 2 above and the other to ground, the window will either go up or down. If you reverse the jumpers wires the window will go the other way. If it works with the jumpers but not with the switch, the switch is bad.
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