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I have a window that will not come back up. I believe it is a fuse where is the circut breaker / fuse located for the power windows?

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I believe it may be your regulator, to know for sure have someone push the button up while you pull on the window and if it goes up then it is not a fuse. the location of the two fuse boxes are: under the steering wheel and in the engine compartment next to the battery. You can check all the fuses in those good luck Tim

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