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Re: Driver's side Fuse Box?? Where is it?
If it is saying it is on the drivers side kick panel, there should be a little door that can be removed to access the fuses. You might also want to look along side of the dash itself when your drivers door is open to see if it maybe up there. Hope this helps.
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First check the fuses for both electric windows if they are good.The fuse box one is on the engine compartment driver side look for long retangular black box and open the fuse cover the cover should designate what the fuses and relay is for the other is on the driver side under the dashboard just above your left foot look under you should see another fuse box.If both fuses are good,then your going to have to check the window regulator which is inside each door.Open the door panel and check window regulator morethan likely the regulator assembly need to be change.You might just need the motor.The whole assembly is quite expensive.
There are two fuse boxes on this car. The first is located inside the car, it is in a pocket compartment located near to the driver side door. The other one is under the hood on the driver's side, it is a black box with
a removable cover.
sounds like a bad fuse, have a look at your manual and see which fuse controls those parts, they are most likely on the same fuse, the fuse box may also say which fuse is for what, If the fuse in the first box doesn't fix it, try a new fuse in the box under the hood, let me know how this goes, you may also have corrosion in a wire but check the fuses first.