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No power at fuse panel for power windows or radio start

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  • jaydoug36 Jul 27, 2010

    #42 fuse was the problem. labeled instrument cluster. THanks Alot

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Pull the switch panel out to see if you have power going to the switch and see if you also have ground if that is ok then go to the motor conector and test the wire when you roll the window up you should have power on one side and ground on the other side and the opposite when the switch is push the other way. if not then test the wires comming out of the switch itself. Take your voltmeter and check fuses no.42(15amp) and fuse no. 601(30amp) in the under dash fuse panel with the key on. You should have power there. If you do not then the next thing to check is the accessory delay relay also located in the under dash fuse panel.relay no. 306,this is the accessory delay relay,try swapping it with no. 305 and see if your power comes back.
If everything check out ok.Then its faulty relay or faulty fuse number 41 for instrument cluster.Which also controls the power window relay. check out.Thanks.

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  • jaydoug36 Jul 27, 2010

    I did all that already, any more ideas?

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