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2005, F150 Power mirrors not working

The power mirrors on my truck keep blowing the 5 AMP fuse. I put in a new fuse, try the right mirror, OK then try the left mirror, OK. Try it a few more times, OK. Trucks running or not, same results. Start the tuck up later to go somewhere and the mirrors don't work and the fuse is blown. Any ideas?

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Try the 10 amp fuse or even the 15 amp,good luck

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Power Mirror Wiring Schematic 92 Buick Lesabre 1992 thru 1997 & More


Here is a schematic which my dad & I devised over the course of two hours for the power mirror wiring on our 1992 lesabre, as we couldn't find any wiring info to handle this issue.

http://www.iqmetals.com/else/lesabre/

That's our/my website, and that folder will let you see & get all of the pictures & diagrams

The wiring harness for the power mirror switch was acquired through Rock Auto, and the wire lettering scheme was embossed onto the plastic.
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Now Assuming that all of the power mirrors are wired & color coordinated the same, that would connect....
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