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99 Chrysler Concorde electrical problem

All at once my 99 Concorde has no power windows, blower motor, turn signals, and the air bag and abs lights are on. I checked fuses and I have 9 fuses that have no power at either side. Any ideas?

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Probably a relay. relays control switching of power from one compound circuit to another. because you have multiple circuits that are not working, this sounds likely. get a wiring schematic and find out which relay controls that system, then try replacing it.

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