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I had the question about the window on my 98 experdition i tested motor replaced switches checked fuses checked wireing coule not find anything then took a test light checked wires at switcheswell plu

Could it be the relay

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On the 98 they are good for getting dust in the window switches making them not work blow them out our put new ones in

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Do further tests at the relay to ascertain whether the fault lies before or after the relay.
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