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CHECK THE AC AND HEATER CONTROL FUSE.MORE LIKELY FUSE BLOWED BECAUSE AC COMPRESSOR COULD HAVE FAILED IF LOW SIDE IS OVER 100 PSI. THE REED VALVE PLATE IN COMPRESSOR PROBABLY DAMAGED CAUSED COMPRESSOR FAILURE BLOWED THE HVAC CONTROLS FUSE. HAVE AC SHOP CHECK IT OUT.
First I would check the fuses and relay. Second I would remove the interior door panel and check the connector pins on the motor to the window. Should that not work, you can disconnect the motor and force crank the window up. Although it sounds like a fuse/relay issue as they seem to be the only items not working. Let me know.
If both brake lights stopped working at the same time it could be the bulb even though the flashers work, but more than likely it is a fuse. Check your fuse panel in the dash and also the fuse box under the hood.
A REASON WHY THE ABS LIGHT IS ON BECAUSE YOUR ANTI-LOCK BREAK SYSTEM NEEDS REPAIR OR IT COULD BE THAT THE LIGHT ISNT WORKING PROPERLY,,,, AS FAR AS THE NO HEATER AND NO POWER TO THE WINDOWS, I RECOMMEND YOU CHECKING YOUR FUSES, IT COULD BE A BLOWN OUT FUSE, IF THAT DOESNT WORK IT COULD BE A ELECTRICAL PROBLEM I RECOMMEND YOU TAKING IT TO A MECHANIC,, IF THAT AINT THE PROBLEM THAN ITS THE MAIN COMPUTER THAT NEED TO BE CHECKED..
if your vehicle lights are working all the fuses will be good. follow the cable from the towing socket on your vehicle , it will most likely go behind one of the rear lights to connect into your cars system,
check your tester where the cables join and you should find the problem. hope this helps.
Does the 3rd brake lamp illuminate? If so then your problem is multifunction switch.If it doesn't do the following checks.
Check for power to and thru the brake lamp switch itself.If you do not have power to the switch check fuse no. 10(20 amp) in the interior fuse panel.If you have power to the switch then depress brake pedal and make sure you have power thru the switch.If this is ok the check Fuse 22(20amp) with brake applied..