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Blown fuse I own a 1997 Ford Explorer, It periodically blows fuse position 27. My electric windows are powered by this fuse. What else is on this circuit ? Sincerely AJ

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Power windows are on their own ckt .you probably have a bare wire in the drivers door jam where it flexes in the rubber conduit,operate the window while opening and closing the door and see if it blows the fuse.

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