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No Manual What size fuse works for the blower fan on a 1997 windstar. Also my passenger window will not let up or down. I have replace the control, and the window motor. Has anyone had this problem, and how do I go about fixing it.

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A 25 amp fuse will work for your blower. Check the wire between the door and the body. It is common for that wire to break

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