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Power windows and interior lights do not work

My windows and inside lights do not work, It does not appear to be a fuse. What else could it be?

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It may be a relay for the windows. Which is a box like fuse/switch. You wont be able to really test them but you can try replacing it with a new one. If the interior lights do not work there has to be a fuse for them, or a relay. The best thing i can recommend is to check the cars manual and look up fuses in the index to find out there uses and location. Most cars have two areas; under the hood on the firewall/fender near the battery, and on the drivers side of the dash. (either up under the dash or on the side) You can also check with your local parts store to see if they call for any relays to the windows which they should have and/or for the interior lights.

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