The fuses when you open up the drivers side door towards the top there should be a panel that you can remove to find the fuses but it may also be a relay that has gone bad in the engine compartment fuses and relay bay or the switch for the windows has gone bad try the driver side switch if it doesnt work try the switchs for the individual windows on there doors.
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Hi, Hmmm... sounds like a power( live line ) melted the insulation and fused together w/ the brake line, thus it powers up your brake light.
Check your rear brake wire harness leading to the front connection main harness., if the harness are covered w/ plastic insulation, cut the insulation and look for a wire that melted and fused together. If you found the wire, seperate it and put some insulator tape to prevent power line shorting. The power line usually colored RED. Hope that helps!
Your window won't work for one of 3 reasons, 1. fuse is blown 2. Window switch is bad 3. Window motor is bad. To get the window up, Take off door panel remove window mechanism(metal piece with teeth on it) from motor and then you can push window up(window will not stay up unless you duct tape it or reconnect to motor.
Hi their is only one fuse for the windows and thats the one you have checked, if the other windows are working then the fuse will be ok.
if the drivers door has a seperate control for the passenger door try this and if it wont work from either the passenger side or the drivers side then the problem is going to be either the motor or the regulater and these are both inside the passenger door.
if how ever the drivers and passenger controls are seperate and you cant control the passenger side for the drivers door controls then what you can try is swapping the switches over from the drivers door to the passengers door, if the controls are the same then all you need to do is get a flat bladed screwdriver and pry the control up as its only pushed into place then unclip the wires and swap the switches over then if the passenger side then works you know you need to get a new switch of it still dont work then it will be either the motor or regulater at fault.
either way the door panel will need removing and you will need to test if you have any power going to the motor.
let me know if you need further assistance ok
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We're in the same boat buddy! Your window motors are going out.I know for my car the motors cost 25 bucks a piece for the cheap ones.Take the door cover off and the motor depending on how its situated in the intrepids should be in the middle.The screws are small and space might be limited but take your time and have some patience with it and they'll be fixed in no time.They can be a pain in the rear end! Hope this helped good luck.:)
Check your fuses for wipers and lights. If good use a volt meter and check power at the fuse. If your wipers, radio and dash lights worked before you changed the nuetral safety switch I would retrace my steps and make sure I didn't leave something disconnected. It happens a lot. Let me know what you find.