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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power sun roof
It may be a circuit breaker.My windows and door locks stopped working,even after checking all fuses and replacing Main Driver side door switch! Found three circuit breakers that you can reset with a paper clip or small screwdriver. They were black with an aluminum cover on top. They don't come out easily,just insert the pin on each one.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
Check the fuses to start with. If they are fine it could be a broken switch or a burnt electrical motor. If the closing mechanism has broken and bound up it could keep the window from closing. With the car in accessory mode or ON -whichever allows the windows to open - hit the close switch and listen closely. if a click of the motor can be heard it is a mechanical issue - if not it is electrical.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
check fuse F1.401, 30 amp in central junction box (in truck). Check your owner manual for fuse information.
Headliner must be removed to access motor.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2009
I looked through all the wiring diagrams for your car for each of those circuits, I do see one fuse in common for each one but am almost sure it is a main relay for the body control modulr itself. Below is the wiring diagrams for each of the circuits you are talking about. In each one it does show a main fuse that is right at the battery. A 50 amp fuse (see red arrow in each picture). Other than that I am pretty sure you are dealing with the body control module itself. There are ways to re-route the wiring to get power to each circuit but it is detailed but can be done. If you are unable to get the body control module (if it is bad and not the fuse by the battery) and need some instructions on re-routing, feel free to email me at csautomotivecars@att,net. I will do my best to give you instructions and pictures to take care of it. If the fuse is blown be sure to disconnect the battery before you replace it. Also if it is blown you may be looking at another problem as to why it blew in the first place. I know this sounds kind of confusing but your vehicle is controlled by modules/computers that control everything from how the engine runs and all the electrical features. I hope this helps you a liltte at least. Here are those wiring diagrams:
Posted on Sep 07, 2011
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