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Power windows and locks not working

Checked fuse they are ok could it be relay?

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It could be a relay, but since you say the locks and windows are not working, it could be a ground wire, or the switch on the driver's side door causing the problem. Check to make sure there is power going to the switches and then to the motors. I would also buy a Chilton to help in tracing the wiring. Use a digital multimeter, or better yet, contact a mechanic. Wiring on 1996 and newer cars is not for the faint of heart and you can really mess things up.

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If there is no power from switch to fusebox, replace switch.

If there is no power from switch to motor, check wirings and fuse, and eventually replace them.

If there is power to motor, check that the glass is not stuck , byu removing door panel, if the motor is not working replace it.

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