Question about 2000 Ford Taurus
Replaced the 26 fuse with more amps and all windows work fine. could the problem be the blue wire in the harness coming from the body to the driver door?
Posted on Apr 28, 2013
Constant and instant blowing fuse is a short circuit. if man-handling and manipulating the wiring harness as it comes thru the frame to the door doesn't make any difference, it's almost always a bad window regulator/motor assembly inside the door cavity behind the panel, but can be the (a) switch as well. remove the door handle or perhaps an access panel to gain access to the wiring harness. unplug the switches and pigtail connector to the regulator/motor. replace fuse and turn key on. if short is inside the door the fuse won't blow. reconnect one connector (or switch) at a time to isolate shorted component or wire. replace bad component or repair wire.
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