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Where is fuse located for rear window on hatch

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Check your vehicle owners manual. Depending what function your looking at (heated glass vs. opener) it will either be in the fuse box in the cabin (usually near the drivers feet or inside the dash) or in a power fuse box located in the engine compartment.

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sounds like a blown fuse, open drivers door and look at side of dash, fuse panel is there check fuses

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It was a fuse on side of dash marked # 2 fuse for horn and back hatch just fixed in my 1996 gmc jimmy...thanks

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