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Windows the front windows went down now they will not close, could it be the fuse? if so where do i find it and what number is it thanks

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Well it has to be in the car sumwhere on the dash just look and ull find it

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If the battery has been discharged you MUST!!! Reset the Power Windows and Traction control. It's very simple and the instructions are in your driver’s manual. But just in case you don’t have it, here they are:

Resetting the side Power Windows
If the voltage supply is interrupted (battery disconnected or flat), the side windows must be reset to prevent injury to driver or passengers:
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