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cud be a bad fuse--there are some in engine area too--may hav to test each one----a flaw in the wiring also--or a module that controls the diffrent functions------aquire a service manual or a private shop is best direction
The windows are controlled by a circuit breaker in the power distribution box in your engine compartment. Go to www.flmowner.com ,select the year make and model of your vehicle. Select find my vehicle. Select owner guide 1st printing. Page 175 and 178 are the ones you want to look at. If this circuit breaker is bad I'm sure it will be a much cheaper fix. I hope this helps.
CHECK BATTERY CABLES AND FOR CORROSION,A BAD GROUND OR BAD CONNECTION WILL CREATE ENOUGH RESISTANCE TO PREVENT STARTER TO CRANK OVER ENGINE. IF BATTERY HAS 12V DOESN'T MEAN IT'S GOOD,IT COULD HAVE ON 100 CCA'S, NOT ENOUGH.
Have the battery tested, perhaps the alternator also. I had the same problem on my 2005 Taurus ( also a Ford / Mercury product ). I replaced the alternator easy enough, and a full charge on the battery solved the problem. The vehicles are designed to shut down unnecessary or non-vital accessories first, as to prevent a major shutdown on the road. So your lights and signals will still work, but the rest of the electrical will power down to conserve the battery.
You can get the battery tested at most service stations or you can buy a tester at any auto parts store. Some of them will test it for free.