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99 cad eldo both windows not working, has power to motor and switches. Circuit breaker ok too. Is there a relay some where?

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  • ruby robinson Jun 08, 2013

    yes has relay but the high beam won't work either along wiht sunroof or inside lights

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Drivers door switches likely bad.

Posted on May 22, 2011

  • ruby robinson Jun 08, 2013

    will that stop high beam, sunroof, inside lights of the car, can't open fuel tank or trunk

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