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My 96 ford explorers power windows, locks, and seats have stopped working. When I put in a new fuse it blows as soon as it touches. Also 4WD and 4WD Low lights blink 6 times since problem.

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possibility you have a bad battery that will not hold a charge or an alternator that is not charging the battery to it's potential, might want to get it checked in a shop....or try changing the battery....if it keeps up, it could be the alternator.....hope this helps...shia

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