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My radio,wipers,power windows and ac blower stop working at the same time

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  • graynfoxy36 Sep 16, 2010

    LOOK FOR AN OPEN IN THE WIRING FEED TO THE IGNITION SWITCH OR FUSE PANEL,BUT CHECK ALL FUSES AND RELAYS FIRST. Check all connects to the positive battery cable,or also from the starter relay on the starter.

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I have the same problem jsut wondering what your solution was

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