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My windows will not roll down. I'm getting no power to the switches and i check the fuses and not getting power there.

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  • tannerj4 May 28, 2010

    only fuses for the windows don't get power everything else has power. when i check power for the window switch no power no power for the motors no power at the fuses. put in new fuses didn't help.

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Check the main fuse and relay under the bonnet in the engine compartment area.

Hope this helps

Jason

Posted on May 28, 2010

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    Jason Maurirere May 28, 2010

    Could you tell me the year, Make and model of your vehicle please....

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    Jason Maurirere Jun 03, 2010

    Hi,

    Did you manage to track down the fuse or relay for the windows?



    I will send you a wiring schematic and fuse location sheet also if this will help.



    I await your reply



    Jason

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Common issue with these particular fuse boxes is they are suscetible to oxidation and then even though the fuses appear good, the current does not pass. Rotate the fuses and verify that all the fuses now have power able to pass through. If this still does not work, let me know.

Posted on May 27, 2010

  • tannerj4 May 27, 2010

    the only fuses that don't get power are the ones for the windows. everything else works.

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