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2002 mountaineer power windows quit

Where is the fuse panel and which fuse is it,i checked the owners manual it does not list a fuse for windows

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  • djslagle Jun 19, 2009


  • Charlie May 11, 2010

    Did all of your power windows quit? Each individual power window motor is protected by a circuit breaker, not a fuse. However there are two fuses which will cause the power windows to ALL fail. One is a large 60 amp MaxiFuse located under the hood., in the battery junction box. This fuse should have power even with the ignition off (battery hot).
    The second possible fuse is a 15 amp fuse located in the Central Junction box. It controls the Accessory Delay relay, which supplies power to all the power windows. Another (unlikely) problem area would be the GEM (Generic Electronic Module) This unit completes the coil ground for the Accessory Delay relay. These don't go bad very often.



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It's a 60 amp FUSE, not a breaker. It's in the fuse box found under the hood. I think it's #6
The other 15 amp fuse is located in the under dash fuse box. I think it's # 17, but I'm not positive. The owners manual will show you where the fuse boxes are located.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

  • Charlie Jun 19, 2009

    The two fuses mentioned above control the accessory delay relay. This relay feeds power to the power window switches.



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