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Windows and guages all of a sudden stopped working. assuming its fuse or relay but cant find it

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in your owners manual look in the fuse section and it will show you the location of all of the fuses some of them are located under the dash and some of them are located under the hood you can also go to your nearest autozone or a service station or dealership and they will be able to help you there too
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