Question about 1999 Honda Passport
Do you have your owner's manual? In the owner's manual on page 223 it shows which fuse is for your power windows. The fuse panel is on the left end of the dash, it is number 21 and is a 30Amp fuse. Turn the car off and pull this fuse. You can look at it and if it is blown it will be very obvious. Your fuse panel should also have some spare fuses but if it doesn't, you can get a fuse at just about any auto-parts store (AutoZone, O'Reilly's, Advance Auto, etc.) fairly cheap. One huge SAFETY NOTE here, the fuse is rated at 30Amps, do NOT try to put one in with a bigger value, make sure you put in ONLY a 30Amp fuse.
I am including a link with the owner's manual just in case you do not have a manual: https://techinfo.honda.com/rjanisis/pubs/om/PA9999/PA9999O00222A.pdf
You will need Adobe to open it. Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Mine started doing the same thing....in that fuse box there is a red fuse that pops out, push it back in and your windows should work again. its just that simple.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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