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The windows don't go down and the air conditioning does not work it always happens at the same time what is the problem

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Check fuse first see auto zone hook pocket pc see if codes come up what wrong
could be window main relay shot also,
i dont know if your ac low ore this only happens here and there. Check ac levels check fuse fon ac and wondow

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