No power to the power window drivers side door switch when I check fuse/relay #62 under hood power box the radio dies I think the manual is misprinted for the power window fuse I need to know where the main relay or fuse for the power window circuit is and no it is not in child lock-out mode
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In the battery Junction Box check fuse # 6-60AMP will feed Central Junction Box (under driver side), the inline circuit breaker #47-30AMP, through the
Accessory Delay Relay, powered by fuse #17-15AMP to the Window Control
Circuit. Check the fuses, and for 12v at the points. Then check for 12v
at the driver side door switch pannel.
Also uou should check the plug into the main window button console in your
drivers door. The little piece of plastic around the door handle pops
out when pushed towards the front of the vehicle. This gives you access
to the buttons and harnesses.
You have 2 fuse feeds in battery junction box under hood.Fuse 6(60amp) and fuse 62(30amp) and one fuse in the interior fuse panel no. 17(15amp).
How the system works is fuse 6 feeds fuse 62 which feeds the switch side of the accessory delay relay which is located in the interior fuse panel. Fuse 17 feeds the coil side of the relay and the instrument cluster micro-processor grounds the coil side of the relay.
When coil side of relay is grounded it creates a magnetic field which pulls the switch side closed which then lets power flow to the master window switch on the LB/BK wire on pin 6. The ground for the master switch is G400 which is the BK wire on pin 2 and G400 is located in the left rear quarter panel next to the tail lamp assembly.