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1997 F150 power windows, wipers not working

The fuses are ok. is this the BCM, as I've been told?

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It could be the GEM, Generic Electronic Module IF
you have a speed dependant interval wiper whre the interval changes as speed changes and
your "One touch" down driver window feature does not work. If passenger window does not work, it is not GEM. Is lockout switch on driver door off?

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SOURCE: BCM

it could be, but there are other things to consider. first did you check the fuses? the connector plugs under the dash? the relays in the junction box under the hood? i would check these first and let me know of the results...

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Check power distribution panel near battery for blown fuses.

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sounds like you have a problem with the gem module, (generic electronics module). This is a common problem with most ford trucks and suv's. you can find it behind the knee bolster on the drivers side under the dash.... hope this info helps.

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Check the fuses under the hood near the brake booster. The trailer fuse are usually in one of those fuse/relay boxes. Good luck.

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check relay or fuses

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