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Check in the Power Distribution Box; the high current fuses contained in the Power Distribution Box protect your vehicle's main electrical systems from overloads; these fuses provide the connection between the battery and your vehicle's electrical systems...
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hmmmm....in older cars....the fuse box is located under the dash on the drivers side.....but if you cant find it there......they are sometimes located in the engine compartment....."but i highly doubt it....only newer cars have it like this.........good luck......
also if you happen to find the fuse box....you will be likely to find the relays around the same area.......
your power windows use reays and cicuit breakers... they will rest themselves after a few seconds, somtimes enabling the window to at least be closed. First I check voltage to switches and motors, tapping lightly on thw motor and making it work is a sure bet you have a bad motor (window motor)
It is not a fuse it is a circuit breaker, all data shows it as located near JB1 which is the Junction Box/Fuse Box located on the drivers side interior of the car. Left Kick Panel.
30AMP Circuit Breaker
There shows to be 2 breakers there, one for the seat belts and the other for PWR Windows, and Door Locks