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Do not knowwhere fuse is located for power windows

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The "power windows fuse" have 26 position in the fuse box. Check this info: ZJ-Secc-8W-Wiring-Diagrams (Page 8W-7 Fig. 12)

For location of Fuse Block see the page 8W-10 (front passenger side).

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