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Windows won't go up or down do they have a fuse?

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If all windows dont go down or up suspect a power or ground problem. you need to locate the window circuit fuses and verify you have power then verify you have grounds through the switches.

Always make sure you have a good Shop Manual on the vehicle you are working to simplify your troubleshooting if you are not certain how to approach an issue.

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