Tried the child locks and no luck. Nothing about it in the owners manual, Thanks for the replyLONG SHOT HERE.
Is there a child lock on the back door so it cannot be oped from the inside? I know they did not used to be electrical but maybe if the switch is on the window only rolls down half way.
Again, long shot since I'm too lazy to check the owners manual or go out and try it on my own truck.
I am almost certain my rear window windows use to roll always down in the back. I have a crew cab. Yesterday I knowtice they only roll half way down? Only thing I changed is the tune and had door warranty thing done. Anyone know how to fix this?,
Maybe you guys should contact the dealer that did the warranty/recall. They may have miffed the procedure and caused unexpected results.My 2017 XLT has the same problem. I know the rear windows use to roll all the way down. After I took it in for the door recall, they don't roll down all the way anymore. There has to be an easy fix.
Can you post a pic of what you cut off and location. Truck is at dealer now and they say it should go all the way down. They have no idea why it stops.So I'm bring up an old thread because this problem got under my skin. Just traded my 05 F350 in for a 2017 F150 crew cab XL with the STX package. The rear windows only went down about 8 in or so, my poor dog couldn't stick her head out the window. I asked the dealership and they told me the windows should go down all the way, sounds like some sort of child safety system was engaged. I look on line no answer, looked in the manual no answer, no setting in the truck changed the situation. As I roll the window down when it stops it tilts forward, so I took the door apart and there's a plastic cover over the door lock assy. that also covers the lower window track. I took that out, cut off the part that covers the window track and reinstalled. Now the window goes all the way down. Took about 30 min to do both doors. I just wanted to post a fix to the problem for others since no one has posted anything about it yet.