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You have a stuck relay. It will be in the fuse pannel under the hood. With the car off open your hood and find the fuse pannel the best way to find it is to put your finger on the relays and feel them. One will be buzzing. You will have to get another one from your parts store and replace it.
when you state that when you turn key on the buzzing quits tells me its a ground problem. assuming the battery is fully charged and holds a good load. check your negative and positive cables close at the battery because the side mount battery cable ends seam to be causing a lot of problems for people. use a test light that can pierce the skin of the cable to be sure the voltage is going threw/
The fuses that are buzzing, are these the ones you replaced? Sounds like a bad connection to the fuse panel, but the ones you removed are they fuses or relays. Did you have to repair any wiring or plugs for the window? Check the connection at the main window panel, if it has a bad connection such as not plugged in completely.
It could be the ABS. MY HONDA DOES THE SAME THING.
I took it to PepBoys yesterday and they could not connect to the
computer interface.They said I need to take it to a honda dealer
so they can connect and determine what is wrong with the
Automatic breaking system. The noise is the ABS motor
turning on and off.
This sounds normal. The engine cooling fan it set to contine to run after being shutoff. If you open the hood at some point and look at the layout, you will see the electric radiator fan in the front of the engine compartment, along with a note that says: caution fan may run w/o vehicle on.