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My car runs, but the windows, ac, and the turn signals won't operater. I have checked the fuses on the leftside of the dash. What else should I look for?

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This happened to my 98 intrepid, If your key can be removed in the run position it may be the ignition switch. To check jiggle the key in the switch and see if the windows will work.

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Check to see if you have blown fuses. Fuse box is usually located under the hood.

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