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Check all the fuses first, bioth in the car and under the hood.

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2005 f150 4x4 power windows ,interior lights a/c ,radio gauges are not working fuses are ok and already check for voltage and it has but still not working . It has something else in betwen..?......

Checked voltage where ?
The instrument control module (ICM) controls power to the power window system by activating or deactivating the delayed accessory relay.
Symptom Chart Condition Possible Sources Action
  • All power windows are inoperative
  • Fuse(s).
  • Circuitry.
  • Instrument cluster module (ICM).
  • Accessory delay relay.
  • Driver window control switch.
  • Go To Pinpoint Test A .
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How to chang heater cor inP/T croser

It is pretty involved requiring discharging/disconnecting the AC, Dash board and other components. If you are up to it I found these step by step on the Autozone web site.

As seen on autozone's web site (/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f8075b324)

Instructions -

Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.

Remove the A/C refrigerant using the approved equipment.

Drain the cooling system.

Disconnect the negative battery cable.

Remove the instrument panel by removing or disconnecting the following:

The left and right A pillar trim moldings using a trim stick

The front power window switch

The center bezel retaining screw

The Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) control knobs

The center bezel using a trim stick

The top cover retaining screws and pull it rearward to remove

The HVAC control unit from the instrument panel

The retaining screws from the upper and lower steering column shrouds

The left lower instrument panel bezel

The steering column wire connectors

The steering column

The brake pedal support bracket

The left side instrument panel end cap from the wiring connectors

The rear power window switch from the console and pull the parking handle all the way up

The auxiliary power outlet wire connector

The center console

The glove box assembly

The right side instrument panel end cap

The 5 right side instrument panel wire connectors

The instrument panel from the vehicle, with the help of an assistant

Remove or disconnect the following:

The heater hoses from the heater core

Reposition the vehicle speed control servo, if equipped

The suction and liquid lines from the evaporator

The drain tube

The A/C vacuum harness connector

The defroster duct from the heater A/C unit housing

The heater A/C unit housing from the vehicle

The heater core from the housing

To install:

Install or connect the following:

The heater core to the housing

The heater A/C unit housing to the vehicle

The defroster duct to the housing

The A/C vacuum harness

The drain tube

The suction and liquid lines to the evaporator

The reposition the vehicle speed control servo, if equipped

The heater hoses to the heater core

Install the instrument panel by installing or connecting the following:

The instrument panel

The right side instrument panel wire connectors

The right side instrument panel end cap

The glove box assembly

The center console

The auxiliary power outlet wire connector

The rear power window switch

The left side instrument panel end cap

The left side wire connectors

The brake pedal support bracket

The steering column with a new pinch bolt

The steering column wire connectors

The left lower instrument panel bezel

The HVAC control unit

The center bezel

The front power window switch

The left and right A pillar trim moldings

The negative battery cable

Fill the cooling system.

Recharge the A/C system.

Start the vehicle and verify proper system operations.

Road test the vehicle and check for any rattles or leaks, repair if necessary.

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Air flow at middle instrument panel outlets not working.

sound like you are in defrost mode if air going to the vent mode for air flow through instrument panel or bi level some air flow through instrument panel and some airflow direct to floor.your vechicle has climate control. dealership has to check out programmer to climate control in which dealership has to recalibrate check the programmer.

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1990 Honda Accord The Dash Gauges, Instrument Panel, Power Window and Automatic Seat Belts are not working

Check your fuses and relays first. The radio fuse also controls the seat belt shoulder harnesses, dash clock, and lighter. Check all your fuses and replace any blown ones. There is a fuse panel in your engine bay and one on the driver's side under the dash near your door

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Anyone know where the fuse is for a 2004 ford explorer power window

  • HI, I can help.

  • You have a 30 amp circuit breaker that controls the window. This fuse box is under the instrument panel on the passenger-side. Just pull of the access panel with your fingers to expose the fuses. Please see diagram below for a visual. Looking for spot #401.


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Where is the heater core located

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1 Clip
2 Dust and Pollen Filter
3 Air intake housing
4 Defroster air outlet
5 Side window air outlet
6 Heating and A/C controls
7 Air outlets
8 Instrument panel cross member
9 Defroster duct
10 Servo motor for fresh/recirculating air door -V154-
11 Ambient temperature switch -F38-
12 Gasket
13 Evaporator water drain guide
14 Heating and A/C unit
- Heater core
- Evaporator
15 Fresh air blower -V2-
16 Fresh air blower series resistance with fuse -N24-
17 Center air outlet
18 Control panel trim
19 Center trim
20 Heating and A/C cables
21 Heater core
22 Left rear duct
23 Lower duct
24 Upper duct
25 Footwell air outlet
26 Instrument panel cross member, left side member securing bolt
27 Relay
28 A/C cut-off control module -J314-
29 Instrument panel
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I need to know the number of the fuse that controls the window mechanism

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Check the position 30, 30AMP (with BRKR) for POWER WINDOWS.

Hope this help (remember rated and comment this).

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Inside panel does not light up.Which fuse do I replace and the location. I have the fuse box diagram, but I don't know how to read it.

I’m assuming that you are talking about your instrument panel lights.
First, make sure and check the dial on the dashboard to the left of the instrument panel. It controls the brightness of the instrument panel lights. Turn the dial to adjust the brightness. If it accidently got turned all the way down, you will have no instrument lights.
If that isn’t the problem, the interior fuse box is underneath the dashboard on the driver's side. Remove the fuse box lid by swinging the lid down and pulling it straight out of its hinges.
Fuse number 30 (7.5 amp) controls your instrument lights.
Hope this helps you.

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