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Vin 3FCNF53S9XJA36776 power window,power mirrors,alarms and camera will not work
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power windows
Had a blown relay,
I unhooked the positive battery terminal, with a phillips screw driver took the fuse block under the dash loose. Checked the relays with an ohm meter, replaced the bad one. presto it works.
thats all folks.. pardon the humor
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
remove the door panel and check for power and ground to the motor if you have that then try tapping on the motor while working the switch sometimes they get stuck
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
I had this problem where only the drivers door power equipment works.
It is caused by a splice under the driver's seat. Spice #S302 where the input from the drivers door module to the other door modules connects. It is one of those cheap *** splice that should be outlawed. Moisture gets in it and corrodes. Cut back the wires till you get the good stuff and redo it the right way.
Splice S302 can be found under the carpet about six inches before where the wires go up to the drivers seat. It is in a plastic wrap and tape. I believe the wires for the window are brown and white.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
If none of the mirrors or locks work, then you will very likely find a blown MIR/LCK Fuse #7 (10 Amp) in the underhood fuse block. If this is the case, you need to find out WHY the fuse blew because if you simply replace it, it will most likely do it again. Otherwise, the locks and mirrors also connect to the Body Control Module (BCM). I would recommend scanning the BCM for fault codes.
The windows are a completely separate circuit. They have nothing in common with the mirrors or locks other than than that they all ultimately get power from the battery and the circuits run through the umbilicals that go between the body and the doors.
If none of the windows are working, the most likely cause is an open power circuit or open ground circuit at the driver's door. This could be either a bad master control switch or is could be that the wires inside the umbilical are broken (fairly common).
Posted on Nov 04, 2011
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