Question about Ford Taurus
Usually, power windows use a circuit breaker, rather than a fuse, in the fuse panel under the driver's dash.
If any windows work or even make noise, it's not a fuse or circuit breaker problem. If no windows work, pull out the driver's door master switch and check for one hot wire to it with key on. If there is that, the ground for the windows originates at the master switch and runs back into the cabin to a nearby ground. One could check both power and ground with a test light or voltmeter. Check for broken wires in the group of wires entering the door. If either the power wire or the ground wire has broken there, the windows will not work. If both power and ground are good, possibly a bad master switch.
Posted on Jan 04, 2014
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