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Location of power window fuse

My driver's window is stuck in the down position, I think it might be the fuses but I don't know where they're located

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    if only the driver window is inop then the BCM is ok and all the fuese as well, if you loose just one window then you have either a defective window switch or a defective power window motor.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    the power windows are controlled by the BCM. all the windows are inop?

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If it was the fuse, NONE of the windows would work. You need to check the wiring inside the black rubber boot the goes between the door and the car body. Over the years these wires tend to break due to opening and closing the drivers door. You can usually move the boot one way or the other and see if any are broken. If they are, use a quick connector to splice them back together. Try this before you go tearing into the door panel....

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